Which means it supports Raspberry Pi. Of course I’ve been using it thanks to the code.headmelted.com version but it’s convenient now that both 32-bit and 64-bit ARM are available to download from the official site. As always, make sure you pick the .deb version either ARM for the 32-bit Raspberry Pi OS or ARM 64 if you have the 64-bit.
Apparently there is also a new C/C++ extension from Microsoft that I shall have to check out as well.
Also this means you can do remote code development. The idea is that you run Visual Studio Code on your PC/Mac whatever and connect to a program running on your PI (over WifI or a Network cable) using SSH. See the VS Code documentation for remote development.