Visual Studio Code
Aside from the minimalist look it offers, there are other features of VS Code that I enjoy using.
Like the Git Integration, but it also supports other version controls. With this, you’ll be able to see some indications of your changes: added, modified, or deleted a line in your code.
You can see all files that you modified by pressing
Ctrl+Shift+G and you can also compare your current file to the original one by selecting a file in the list.
VS Code also offers an integrated terminal, thought I don’t use it cause I prefer to use a separate terminal. You can change what terminal you want as default. In Windows, it can be
git bash or even the
bash on windows.
Color Scheme & Font
It’s a cross platform terminal emulator so it would work in Mac and Linux.
My browser of choice. It’s based on Chromium. I like the built-in
adblocker and the “picture in picture” feature when playing videos. It also has Messenger and WhatsApp on the sidebar integrated.
I will be integrating Disqus soon so you can leave some inquiries if you have.
I will write an in-depth look of each one, like the extensions I used, or some tips and tricks that I do.