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Giorgio Boa for This is Learning

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VSCode: my 5 vital extensions to be productive

Hi πŸ‘‹ today I want to share with you 5 extensions that are vital in my daily job.

I don't like too complex configurations, I like the idea of ​​being able to be productive in any environment and with the standard configuration, but for these 5 VSCode extensions, I made an exception.

Import cost

ImportCost

In action

ImportCostFlow

Thanks to this plugin I can immediately see how much an import costs me and keep my bundle size under control.

Prettier

Prettier

In action

PrettierInAction

Prettier is a code formatter that enforces a uniform style, if you have multiple people working on a single project, this is definitely a must have.

Peacock

Peacock

In action

PeacockInAction

Peacock lets you change the color of your Visual Studio Code environment. You can set a different color for each project to quickly identify which application you're working on.

Version Lens

Vlens

In action

VLensInAction

This extension displays information by reading package.json and allows you to update dependencies.

GitLens

GitLens

I find this extension very useful and line blame annotation feature is really useful in my daily job.

blame

πŸ˜‚ Fun fact:
It happens that I'm looking for a piece of code to fix and I see that I'm the author of the problem πŸ˜… πŸ˜‚

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I am very curious about your favorite extensions, you can make my day with yours. πŸš€

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