Visual Studio Code is one of the most widely used and recommended editors because of its excellent features, powerful extensions, and all-in-one editor which allows writing code in any programming language. It is a free and open-source editor and Most Visual studio code users are Web developers.
It provides one of the best features to boost your productivity very easily by using such powerful extensions. So let’s take a look at the Best VScode Extensions for Full Stack developers.
✅ Visual Studio IntelliCode
Visual Studio IntelliCode provides AI-assisted development features. It saves your time by putting what you’re most likely to use at the top of your completion list by understanding or recommendations based on your code with the help of Machine Learning.
If you are not using this yet…then you should install this today.
I recommended personally, that you should use this extension and then see the difference.
For more detailed information check here ESLint docs.
✅ Code Runner
This extension allows running the piece of code in many different programming languages. Just write the code in any language and run it in the terminal to see the results. At last, it is a full package of programming languages.
✅ Rainbow Brackets
As the name defined Rainbow Brackets, it writes with the same color of opening and closing bracket to make the code much more readable and easier. You can also configure the color of the brackets.
Personally recommended it to you, if you haven’t yet.
✅ Auto Close Tag
This extension will automatically add the closing tag once you start writing the HTML/XML code.
✅ Auto Rename Tag
Wish to change the element in HTML? Then use this, it will auto rename the tag by changing either the opening or closing tag and others will be renamed automatically. Easy, but Powerful.
✅ VScode Icons
Here is another extension that makes a better code experience, by using this we get the cute icons which is used by most people.
✅ GitLens – Git Supercharged
The GitLens is the most highly powerful extension that has the capability of providing Git Blame information, commits searching, line and file history, and many more things.
Check out the official page here.
Earlier I talked about ESLint which is used for linting fixes, now the remaining code can be formatted by using Prettier – Code formatter. So DO NOT spend the time to format the code manually just use this cool stuff and save your time. It’s super easy to set up and can be configured to format your code automatically on save.
Don’t need to worry about the format again!
✅ Path Intellisense
Remember the directory and filenames are a bit tricky if you are working on big projects. So here this extension will help to IntelliSense the path. As you start typing a path, you will get an IntelliSense list of directories or files.
Of course, again it will also save time.
✅ Live Server
Whenever you change the code, go to the browser and refresh to see the changes. That is the truth of every developer and the cycle is repeated over and over again. But if your browser would automatically refresh? Seems dreams come true. That’s what the Live server does.
Live Server launches a localhost server with a live reload feature both for static and dynamic pages. It will make development faster and jobs easier.
✅ Color Picker
Need to convert the “RGB to hex” or “RGB to HSL” and many more, Yes you can do this by using Color Picker to get the CSS color notations easily in any type of format.
For Frontend Developers, it is very useful to write the styling!!
✅ Code Spell Checker
There is another resource called Code Spell Checker which helps to catch common spelling errors. Works well with camelCase code.
✅ Settings Sync
This extension is used for saving your settings in the editor to sync them to a new device, instead of configuring them each time. This can be useful in setting up a customized dev environment for the editors. Using the Settings Sync extension, you can save your settings in GitHub and then restore them to a new device for the editors.
So these are the 15 best VScode extensions that surely improve the productivity of every developer. I hope you like the article, and if you found this useful then share this with your friends or on social media. ✌
If you have any queries please feel free to post them in the comments section or anything that you wanted to ask through mail contact.
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