I don't use VS Code (yet) but perhaps this can fit your needs:
I still recommend using jsDoc to document your code, so you'll have to mantain the .d.ts file separately.
For one of my projects I use a script that build the d.ts file out of the jsDoc comments. But it would be adding more complexity. Probably not worth it in your case.
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