Devcontainer.json for devilbox

Anyone have a devcontainer.json file that allows vscode work with devilbox?


This is the one I use with VS Code:

// For format details, see For config options, see the README at:
// If you want to run as a non-root user in the container, see .devcontainer/docker-compose.yml.
"name": "WordPress Development",
// Update the 'dockerComposeFile' list if you have more compose files or use different names.
// The .devcontainer/docker-compose.yml file contains any overrides you need/want to make.
"dockerComposeFile": [
// The 'service' property is the name of the service for the container that VS Code should
// use. Update this value and .devcontainer/docker-compose.yml to the real service name.
"service": "php",
// The optional 'workspaceFolder' property is the path VS Code should open by default when
// connected. This is typically a file mount in .devcontainer/docker-compose.yml
"workspaceFolder": "/shared/httpd/dev",
// Set *default* container specific settings.json values on container create.
"settings": {
	"": null
// Add the IDs of extensions you want installed when the container is created.
"extensions": [
// Use 'forwardPorts' to make a list of ports inside the container available locally.
// "forwardPorts": [],
// Uncomment the next line if you want start specific services in your Docker Compose config.
// "runServices": [],
// Uncomment the next line if you want to keep your containers running after VS Code shuts down.
// "shutdownAction": "none",
// Uncomment the next line to run commands after the container is created - for example installing curl.
// "postCreateCommand": "apt-get update && apt-get install -y curl",
// Uncomment to connect as a non-root user if you've added one. See
"remoteUser": "devilbox"

Be sure to check the list under ‘extensions’, because you should modify that to your requirements.