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Sep 20th, 2017
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Scott and Wes talk about switching to VS Code. What is so good about it? Killer features? Must have Plugins!
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- Cobalt2 for VS Code
- Visual Studio Code
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- Use F8 to cycle through inline errors
- Open the problems tab to see all your applications errors and warnings
- The built in debugger
- ESlint Package
- You can use the Prettier Package on it's own, or use via your .eslintrc file and just use the above ESLint plugin.
- Git History
- Git Lens
- Debugger for Chrome
- Color Highlight
- Wes' Current ESLint + Prettier Config
- Grumpy Developer
- Import Cost
- Path Intellisense
- npm Intellisense
- CSS Intellisense
- PHP Intellisense
- Another PHP Intellisense
- Custom CSS and JS Loader
- Cobalt2 Theme
- Material Theme
- Material Pale Night Theme
- Version Lens for npm
- Project Manager
- ⌘ + # Tabs Key Bindings
- Scott's VS Code Series on YouTube
- Sublime Keymap for VS Code
- ES6 Absolute Imports with Webpack
- Autorename Tag
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