VS Code Extensions

I’ve moved almost entirely to VS Code for my projects (with the exception of C++ projects in Visual Studio for e.g. Cinema 4D plugins). It’s fast and has lots of useful functions, many of which are provided through extensions. If you’re interested, this is my current list of extensions (can be obtained from the command line by running code --list-extensions)

alefragnani.Bookmarks
ban.spellright
bibhasdn.django-html
bibhasdn.django-snippets
cmlewis89.vscode-togglecodelens
CoenraadS.bracket-pair-colorizer
Damien.autoit
dbaeumer.vscode-eslint
DotJoshJohnson.xml
dracula-theme.theme-dracula
eamodio.gitlens
eppz.eppz-code
eriklynd.json-tools
ionutvmi.reg
Kipters.codeshell
mikestead.dotenv
ms-python.python
ms-vscode.cpptools
ms-vscode.csharp
ms-vscode.PowerShell
msjsdiag.debugger-for-chrome
oderwat.indent-rainbow
pmneo.tsimporter
robertohuertasm.vscode-icons
rust-lang.rust
ryu1kn.partial-diff
Shan.code-settings-sync
slevesque.shader
stringham.move-ts
Tobiah.unity-tools
Unity.unity-debug
YclepticStudios.unity-snippets
zhuangtongfa.Material-theme

I’ve also moved to Fira Code as my coding font in VS Code.

(The image is from the Fira Code sample page for Elixir. I just thought it looked cool 🙂

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