VS Code Extensions | Devlin Pajaron

VS Code Extensions

extensions

Beautify

Format HTML and CSS files. Can be toggled by VS Code’s built-in formatter Alt + Shift + F

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Bookmarks

Toggle bookmarks for line of codes by Ctrl + Alt + K

An indicator will be shown of the bookmarked line in the gutter and minimap. List of bookmarked files and lines can also be seen under the Explorer section

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copy-json-path

If you’re working with localization that uses JSON files for the translations, this will surely help. You can run the command by access it from Ctrl + Shift + P then Copy Json Path

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ESLint

Linter for JavaScript

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Git History

See git file history and other stuff

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GitLens

See the author of the latest commit of a line of code. But can also be used like the Git History extension

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Insert Date String

Inserts a date string. Formats can also be specified by setting them in the User/Workspace Settings

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Npm Dependency

Updates all dependencies in the package.json

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Open file

Open a file from a path string

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open in browser

Open a file in the browser

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Panda Theme

Panda color scheme. Looks like pastel

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Project Manager

Manage different projects in VS Code

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Reactjs code snippets

Code snippets for react

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Settings Sync

Sync your VS Code settings. This includes User Settings, Installed Extensions, and others.

Though there are times when downloading the extensions, some are not installed properly and will need to manually install them.

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stylelint

Linting css/scss

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vscode-icons

Icon support for various files.

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vscode-styled-components

Syntax highlighting for styled-components.

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vscode-styled-components-snippets

Add support for css snippets in styled-components.

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WakaTime

Keep track of your codiing time between different projects.

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Setting Up Development on WSL (or just Linux)
Moving to a new domain