Run Linux apps on Chromebook
Linux (Beta) on Chrome OS, sometimes called Crostini, allows you to run Linux apps for development alongside your usual Chrome OS desktop & apps. Linux (Beta) on Chromebooks offers developers the best of both worlds. Built and designed with Chrome OS' principles of simplicity and security, Linux on Chromebooks gives devs the freedom to safely run their favorite editors, IDEs, and thousands of world-class dev tools in one container.
VS Code runs on any recent Chromebook, as long as you are able to enable Linux applications via Crostini.