How can I create a dev. environnement using Azure DevOps?

HOW TO -️ October 18, 2021

I'm not sure if it's the right place to ask this question. So let me know, if it's not.

I'm building a front end app with VueJs. I actually use 2 computer. I use the first computer as a "server" (just a computer that is always on) and and the other one I use it to code.

The server have a VSCode that is always open that always run my front end app. I use Remote Desktop Connection to connect to this server when I need to code/build/run. I use Azure Dev Ops as a Git solution.

But all this setup is not the best way to work. It's kinda annoying to connect to the server and let vscode always open.

What I want to know is : Is it possible to create a better dev. environnement? For example, what I want to do is to be able to work from VSCode on my "dev's computer" and whenever I push something in Azure DevOps, my server re-build and re-run my app.

How should I start ? Can you give me any documentation to help me? I couldn't find anything in the net (maybe because I'm doing something wrong in my research)


Of course is absolutely possible. #1 Is your two computers a cloud machines on azure? #2 Is your vue standard? I mean just need the : npm install && npm run build and npm run start ? @JRichardsz No, my computers are physical station