What’s Visual Studio Code?
First up is ESLint. It’s like a helper who makes sure you’re following all the rules and best practices when you’re coding. It finds and fixes any syntax errors, bugs, or style errors so that your code is neat and clean.
Next is Prettier. Think of it as a personal stylist for your code! It works with ESLint to make sure your code is formatted the same way throughout your whole project. It’s like making sure your socks always match!
4. Visual Studio IntelliCode
Visual Studio IntelliCode is like a super-smart assistant that helps you write code faster and with fewer mistakes. It suggests what you might want to write next, making coding a piece of cake.
5. Debugger for Chrome
6. Import Cost
Import Cost is like a fitness coach for your code. It tells you how “heavy” your imported package is, helping you keep your code lean and fast.
Lastly, GitLens is like a time machine for your code. It shows you the history of your code and who made what changes. It’s great for understanding how your code has changed over time.
Why is the GitLens extension considered a time machine for your code?
GitLens is like a time machine because it allows you to see the history of your code. It shows you who made changes, what those changes were, and when they were made. This can be incredibly helpful for understanding how your code has evolved over time, as well as for finding and understanding the reasons behind specific changes.
To Wrap It Up