17 Visual Studio Code Extension Every Web Developer Should Have

17 Visual Studio Code Extension Every Web Developer Should Have

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In today's video we're going to show you 17 Visual Studio Code Extensions that every web developer should have.

17 Must-Have extensions for web developers

  • Code Spell Checker
  • Live Server
  • JavaScript (ES6) code snippets
  • vscode-icons
  • Auto Close Tag
  • ESLint
  • Bracket Pair Colorizer
  • Auto Rename Tag
  • Quokka.js
  • Browser Preview
  • GitLens
  • Polacode
  • Prettier - Code formatter
  • Better Comments
  • gitlink
  • Material Icon Theme
  • Better Align

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