Rocketseat ReactJS Snippets for Visual Studio Code Editor This project aims to make available a set of Snippets or shortcuts for creating components and configuration files in ReactJS applications.
This project aims to make available a set of Snippets or shortcuts for creating components and configuration files in ReactJS applications.
To install an extension you can run Command Pallete using the command
Ctrl + Shift + Por
Cmd + Shift + P, type
Install Extensionsand finally give one
Enter, done that search for Rocketseat and you will find the Rocketseat ReactJS extension .
Below is the list of all available Snippets and the triggers for each. The ⇥ means the button
rfc →Creates a Functional Component
styled-react →Creates a stylization file with Styled Components
Contributions are what make the open source community an incredible place to learn, inspire and create. Any contribution you make will be greatly appreciated .
git checkout -b feature/FeatureIncrivel)
git add .)
git commit -m 'Adicionando uma Feature incrível!)
git push origin feature/FeatureIncrivel)
Distributed under the MIT license. See
LICENSEfor more information.
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