VScode extension are some tools, plugin or just customisation packs that you can install and use while coding with your favorite IDE (VScode obviously).
These extension can be really helpful to quickify your workflow, let your eyes take a break from ugly themes and more.
There is an embed panel in VScode that let you manage your installed extension and find new one. You can also visit their marketplace - all the links in this post.
The key of a great developer is their "Themes". Just some .JSON lines that spice your IDE.
If you're a colourful person, this theme library should be perfect! With more than 40 different theme, you'll find your style.
Are you disapointed about all these icons and logos of languages or file format. Chalice have the solution, a minimalist icon theme, less distraction, more focus.
If you're struggling about rethinking all of your links or have to be on several app at the same time. I have some solutions for you.
Very useful to see the colours you're using in code.
This one is incredible only usable in XML/HTML but it lets you code and not worrying about unclosed tags.
Yes, it's not a joke. You can literally open, see, copy content, attributs, exports your figma projects in VS Code.
Already known by the entire VS Code community but still useful to place here.
Same as GitLens, very famous but still interesting.
If you don't know what prettier do, just imagine someone who is enough good a code but only to indent correctly your code.
This extension allow you to use some shortcut and enhanced the markdown creation to have a cool and simple tool, like dev.to.
Simple as its name is, this extension let you open url in your IDE. So now you only have to open VS Code to work.
Obviously, nobody ask me to make this post, it is not an advertising and I'm not paid to do this. I only wanted to help the community as much as I can.
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