The zero config in Codespaces is great, and works perfectly, congrats!
But, for those that use VS Code on a daily basis, sometimes it’s interesting to reuse those pre-defined
.devcontainer resources, and be able run the same config locally.
The Codespaces documentation has a Use a pre-built container configuraiton section, which describes how to to add those
.devcontainer resources on you repo (clone, copy, add) manually. But why not use the same
Add Development Container command from the Remote Development extension, directly from inside Codespaces?
Doing so, no matter where you start the remote experience. You could have exactly the same experience.