My story begins 6 months ago when I decided to begin a new journey as a full stack web developer at UC Berkley Extension. Open the tag where it says Extensions, after opening the tag you will have an input field where you can type for any extension that can help you improve your coding skills.
My story begins 6 months ago when I decided to begin a new journey as a full stack web developer at UC Berkley Extension.
Before I started my journey as a full stack web developer I received a small pre-workout that supposed to prepare me to the course. The pre-workout include sections , like what is HTML , CSS and JS and many other sections . One of the sections was the new technologies that I am going to use during my course as Slack, Git bash and others technologies. One of the technologies was VSC — visual studio code .
VSC is a free source code editor that help us to write our code . There are other code editors but this is one that I was working with and I also recommend for new web developers.
In this article I want to share my top 7 *extensions that I was using during my course that made my coding skills *easier, faster *and *better. Before I share my extensions I want to show where you can install the extensions via VSC.
Snipped of the VSC
Instructions to set your extensions:
Open the tag where it says Extensions, after opening the tag you will have an input field where you can type for any extension that can help you improve your coding skills.
When you are building your first HTML page even the basic one , you want to be able to see what you have wrote on in your web. This feature can help you and open your code with chrome or other browsers that your are using .
2. One Dark Pro :
You can choose to work with very cool theme inside your editor. VSC editor comes with default theme, if you want to check which themes are exists you can search —** visual studio color theme** you will find a link to VSC docs and there you will get examples of some build in colors themes. The one that I am using is One Dark Pro , it’ s makes you a pro 😎.
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