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Just moved our online IDE from Cloud9 to VSCode what extensions should we use?

andrewbrown profile image Andrew Brown 🇨🇦 ・1 min read

After giving Cloud9 a serious try for several months and with the release of code-server (VSCode running in a docker) it was time to switch IDEs.

The biggest seller was Git Graph and AWS Toolkit.

Are there any other suggestions?

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Muhammad

Great, welcome the Visual Studio Code, id say. I guess eventually youll get used to here.

Here is my recommendations;

Beautify
Really handy when you just want to select all and format the code.

VSCode Icons
Must have, makes it easy to navigate to files in the file explorer. We are better and images than text. Human Kind duh!!

ES6 Code Snippets
I usually do my custom snippets, but here is good library to start with.

Do let me know if there is anything i can help you with.

Regards

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Zane Milakovic

GitLens is really nice. I also like the Docker extension.

What languages/frameworks are you using. That would help.

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Andrew Brown 🇨🇦 Author

Ruby, Rails, Custom Javascript Framework

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Zane Milakovic

Nice. Prettier, ES Lint, NPM commands also maybez

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Sven Efftinge

You should also check gitpod.io, in case you are still interested in a cloud / web-based solution. We've just added support for vs code extensions as well
dev.to/svenefftinge/your-favorite-...

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Ryan Zurrin

Live server is great, bracket pair colorizer, git history, git lense, code snippets, the list goes on and on.... I love VSCode!