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Ela Mościcka Apr 18
My favourite extensions👩‍💻: - Bracket Pair Colorizer - Dracula Official Theme - Live Share - Prettier - Code formatter - vscode-icons
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Sarah Paz Apr 18
I'm on the hunt for a new VSCode color theme! Any suggestions?!
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Filtration Apr 15
So I was never a fan of the left activity bar being where it is. So I am working on something.
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Oliver Winks 6m
Thanks to et al for all their work on Metals. It's a triumph! I can actually use for dev now 😎
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lepinekong Apr 22
I have paused with : it's an amazing language but the toolings is insufficient for really complex project with hundreds of components I'm building especially the lack of debugger for now. So I'm trying to fix bugs very slowly :)
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daisuke osada 長田大輔 Apr 14
/ “Winter is Coming Theme - Visual Studio Marketplace”
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Chris Kaczor 🦆 28m
At last! It's possible to disable this super annoying peek window in Just drop `"editor.gotoLocation.multiple": "goto"` into your settings file 🔥🔥🔥
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Let's Go Serverless 🇮🇳 17h
Debugger for Chrome: A VS Code extension to debug your JavaScript code in the Chrome browser, or other targets that support the Chrome Debugging Protocol.
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Fistexe Apr 21
Finally got the courage to try and replicate my favorite code theme in . It was pretty painful, but the result is very nice. Though you can't really match font rendering. We all hate Electron, but rendering quality is much better there :(
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Guido Henkel Apr 15
What's the best C/CPP debugger extension in for OSX? Because is clearly not it!
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Zan Baldwin 18h
Replying to @lsmith
Awesome! Just installed it in 🙂
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Will Worth Apr 17
Just discovered "live server", a extension for hot reloading of static html pages.. I'm used to having this in , but it's great to have it in straight html, too!
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ShiSh 8h
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