Must have extensions for VS Code (according to me)
Christian Vasquez Dec 13, 2017 Updated on Dec 20, 2017
Everyone has things they can't live without, whether it is your pet, a really loud neighbor, taxes, the dank memes, or even water! (This is my way of reminding you and myself to drink water more often, got it? ok, let's keep going).
But this time I wanna talk about an editor that has a special place in my heart:
This little bad boi comes with some pretty cool features out of the box:
- Integrated version control
- Markdown support with previewer
- Built in terminal
- Peek definition
- And blah blah blah... But let's get to the good part:
Plugins! wait, no.
These are basically a way to add extra functionality to your existing editor to make it go over 9,000 (WHAAAT?!).
Alright, alright, alright. Enough chit-chat.
List of extensions I can't live without
Automatically finds, parses and provides code actions and code completion for all available imports. Works with Typescript and TSX.
Keeps a history of your copied and cut items and let's you re-paste them if needed.
View git log along with the graph and details. You can view the history of a file or a specific line.
Do I really need to explain this one? If you don't know what Docker is by now, go ahead and google it. You can thank me later 😉.
What? Don't you like cute little icons on your explorer? Ok, then. Skip this one if you want.
I mean... the name says it all, doesn't it?
That's it. These are my favorites extensions so far.
Do you have some extensions that could replace the ones I mentioned? Or would you add some more to the list?
Go ahead and let me know below, I'm always up for extension hunting.