Visual Studio Code is the most popular code editor today.
Its success comes from its ability to provide excellent performance and stability. Besides, it also offers much-needed features, which make coding much easier and comprehensive.
So, here are my top extensions that might help boost your productivity or make your VS Code experience a little bit better.
This extension provides you with an easy way to serve static and dynamic pages from VS Code. It also supports live reloading server that reloads your project in the browser as you make changes. This extension not only works with static files but it also auto reloads the browser when you make changes in your server-side code.
Debugger for Chrome
Code Spell Checker
A basic spell checker that works well with camelCase code.
Code Spell Checker aims to help catch common spelling errors while you code. Misspelled code, as long as it’s misspelled, works fine, but mistakes can still be embarrassing.
I hope this list has been introduced you to new VS Code extensions that can help you in your workflow.
“Before software can be reusable, it first has to be usable.” – Ralph Johnson
“Make it work, make it right; make it fast.” – Kent Beck
There are many more useful extensions that can be used, so let me know in the comment section which extensions do you use while you code.