VSCode Extensions

Here is the list of my favourite extensions that I love to use every day for programming.

Extensions:

Copilot Theme

The theme that I use all the time.

CodeSnap

Take screenshots of your code by hitting Cmd+Shift+P on OS X or Ctrl+Shift+P on Windows/Linux.

ESLint

An analysis tool for identifying problematic patterns that are found in JavaScript code, making code more consistent and avoiding bugs.

Prettier

An opinionated code formatter that enforces a consistent style by parsing your code and re-printing it with its own rules that take the maximum line length into account, wrapping code when necessary.

GitHub Copilot

An AI pair programmer that helps you write code faster and with less work. GitHub Copilot draws context from comments and code, and suggests individual lines and whole functions instantly.

GitLens

An open-source extension for Visual Studio Code, supercharging Git inside VS Code and unlocking untapped knowledge within each repository.

Highlight Matching Tag

Match tags anywhere: from tag attributes, inside of strings, or any files. You can also customize how tags are highlighted.

Import Cost

Provides instant feedback upon importing large packages.

Live Share

Enables real-time collaboration between developers. It gives users the ability to share a session with someone else, allowing them to edit code.

Live Share Audio

Enables you to quickly spin up an audio call directly from within VSCode, without needing to use a separate tool or service.

Px to Rem

Convert pixel units to rem.

Reload

Allows you to reload all unpacked extensions.

Tailwind CSS IntelliSense

Provides help with autocompleting, syntax highlighting, and linting. It also offers suggestions for class names, CSS functions, and directives.

Git History

Shows you details of a commit, viewing previous copy of the files and changes.

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