My VS Code setup - Making the most out of VS Code

Deepu K Sasidharan on July 17, 2019

Visual Studio Code(I like the sound of VS Code better), I just love it. It is my primary IDE. I always loved lightweight editors over IDEs. Many ... [Read Full]
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If your serious about using Code for authoring markdown files, I cannot recommend the docs authoring pack enough. Its a "metapackage" of sorts which brings a bunch of different markdown extensions together.

 
 

It looks more specific for Doc specific markdown, I think I already use some of the individual plugins though. Will try later to see if its better than the one I currently use.

 

I thought I am the only one. I am a long term IntelliJ User (almost exclusively Grails for over a decade now) and started recently in the JS (seriously) and I love VS Code. I even use it, like you for smaller things with my Grails Code Base. In fact, i haven’t tried an JS/Angular Project with IntelliJ...

 
 

Alphabetical sorter. The simplest most versatile extension you will miss if it's gone. alphabetical-sorter

 
 

Fix those, imports, consts, CSS rules, XML and JSON props, nice and easy. 100% a must have.

 

GitLens is an amazing extension for collaborative projects.

 

I had that, but then disabled since I wasn't using it much

 
 

Great thanks!
Just had to replace "/usr/bin/zsh" per "/bin/zsh" (on osx).

 

I believe there is a typo for the Docker plugin. It says: code --install-extension vscjava.vscode-java-debug which looks wrong.

 
 
 
 
 

Great but no notes on how to use some of the extensions

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