There are dozens, problaby thousands even, of lists like this out there. But who doesn’t love a good list? I really enjoy reading about other peoples favourites, and most of my favorite VSCode extensions I have actually found from lists like this. Therefore I thought I’d make my own list, and maybe you will find a new favourite here.
Without further ado, here’s my list of top 5 favorite VSCode extensions.
As the name suggests – it makes your code prettier. One simple shortcut (alt + shift + f) to format your files. <3
Just like with prettier the name kind of says it all. This extensions will give you the ability to create better comments. By default you can mark a comment as important, alert, query or todo and they will get different colors. You can also create your own theme.
This extension gives you better intellisense. The makers describes it like this:
You know when you are changing a <h1> to a <h3>, or a <div> to a <section> – this extension automatically rename paired HTML/XML tags.
Provides path completion.
This doesn’t really do anything. But its cute. And fun.
Some other favorites
It was actually quite hard to limit this list to only 5 extensions, and it kind of varies from day to day which are my favorites. Here are some other ones that could have been on my list:
What is your favorite extensions?
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