Just to counter a bit. I don't like it use angular. I find the amount of boilerplate I have to write unreasonable for the functionality and the overhead to be too big. I tend to favor react as it lets me keep my controls, logic and workflow simpler. Beyond this I am a very big proponent of discoverable feature based file structure. I've worked in a few very large applications where each developer could choose their own tools and keeping the structure in tact helped more than an ide over vs code.
As you mention there are extensions that take care of adding most of the features you mention. A lot of it can even be done with linting in a precommit hook.
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