Lets take a look at a couple of very useful Visual Studio Code Extensions.
The tool allows you to synchronize your settings on multiple computers and/or operating systems. You need to have a github account and it will create a secret gist in order to sync your settings. Read More
Basically it adds a small play button at the top of every file and lets you immediately execute it.
Git Lens dramatically enhances the GIT experience in VSCode. Inline display of code authorship, easy comparison with previous versions of the file and many more features.
It highlights your comments that start with
\\ TODO: or
\\ FIXME:. Additionally it adds a command to list all Todos in your source code so you can identify and complete / fix the code.
If you use a different convention in your codebase you can configure the plugin to fit your use case.
Basically this complains when you start creating variable names that have no meaning. While ensuring that your documentation does not contain any spelling mistakes.
You can add words to a project dictionary And it is easily expandable to support additional languages.
It uses the local
tslint.json and integrates the information into VSCode. You can enable ‘tslint.autoFixOnSave’ that automatically applies the defined rules (that can be autofixed).
A great dark theme with high contrast color choices. Personally I do not follow the official documentation on how to set up the theme. (Too many steps and it requires the font Operator Mono that costs 200USD )
VS Code Great Icons
Well better Icons for VS Code
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