Codewind for VS Code provides tools to help build cloud-native, containerized applications from VS Code, regardless of which runtime or language you use. Rapidly create an application from a template project and launch, update, test, and debug in Docker containers on the desktop.
Open the Codewind view in the Explorer view group or enter Focus on Codewind View into the Command Palette. If you do not see Codewind in either the Explorer view or the Command Palette, the extension did not install correctly.
Choose Install when prompted to complete the installation of additional Docker images that Codewind requires to run. The installation may take a few minutes to complete.
Now you can create or add a project. Add a project by using either the Create Project or Add Existing Project command. The new project appears in the Codewind view.
To see all actions available, open the Command Palette and type Codewind. You can access these same commands through buttons and right-click menus in the Codewind view. For more information, see the Commands Overview.