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πŸ’» 5 Useful VS Code extensions to help you with Javascript, React and Git

girgetto profile image Giorgio Grassini ・2 min read

This is a list of 5 extensions and themes for VS Code that I often use and find useful.

  1. ES7 React/Redux/GraphQL/React-Native snippets βœ‚οΈ
    This extension gives use a great number of code snippets to create components or imports faster. The first I do after create a new React component file is to use this extension, which autocomplete the initial part of a new component by just typing rafc + enter 🀯
    πŸ‘‰ Here the list of snippets

    GitHub logo dsznajder / vscode-es7-javascript-react-snippets

    Extension for Javascript/React snippets with search supporting ES7 and babel features

    snippet
  2. Code Spell Checker πŸ‡¬πŸ‡§
    This is a grammar checker for VS Code, I lost the count of how many times this extension saved me from typos. When you misspell an English word as variable or string, the extension will print a blue underline, and you can fix it with right click and see if in the suggested words there is the one needed

    GitHub logo streetsidesoftware / vscode-spell-checker

    A simple source code spell checker for code

    spell-checker
  3. vscode-styled-components 🌈
    I use a lot styled-component and thanks to this extension CSS remains colored has normal otherwise it will be considered as a string, and it would be just green text

    GitHub logo styled-components / vscode-styled-components

    Syntax highlighting for styled-components

    Alt Text
  4. CodeSandbox Theme 🎨
    I often code in CodeSandbox, and then I use that code in my project, I prefer to maintain a theme consistence, that's why I use it

    GitHub logo ngryman / codesandbox-theme

    Codesandbox theme for VSCode.

    code-sandbox
  5. Git Graph 🌳
    Git Graph gives you a really nice view of your branches
    also, can perform Git Actions, View commit details and file changes, compare any two commits by clicking on a commit, Code Review, etc...

    GitHub logo mhutchie / vscode-git-graph

    View a Git Graph of your repository in Visual Studio Code, and easily perform Git actions from the graph.

    git-graph

Discussion (4)

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norrova profile image
Norro valentin

Tks for vscode extensions πŸ™‚

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official_dulin

I will take Code Spell Checker

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Emin Deniz

If you are using typescript, you can add β€˜ts’ prefix to shortcuts like β€˜tsrafce’ for creating component at new file.

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