Visual Studio Code “Custom Editors”

An exciting new feature that shipped with Visual Studio Code 1.44 is support for Custom Editors. Custom editors let extensions provide custom editing experiences using HTML, CSS, and JavaScript in place of VS Code’s normal text based editor. Custom editors support both text based files and binary files, and enable some neat new scenarios such […]

GitLens – Git Supercharged Extension for Visual Studio Code

GitLens supercharges the Git capabilities built into Visual Studio Code. It helps you to visualize code authorship at a glance via Git blame annotations and code lens, seamlessly navigate and explore Git repositories, gain valuable insights via powerful comparison commands, and so much more. Just installed it and must say it’s really nice. Here’s an […]

Visual Studio Code: Visually Hide Secrets in Environment Files with Cloak

Sparked by an idea by Wes Bos, John Papa has created and released a first version of Cloak: Cloak hides/shows your secrets in environment files, to avoid accidentally sharing them with everyone who sees your screen. Handy when doing screencasts and the like. Do note that it only visually hides the secrets, no changes are […]

React Food Truck – A curated set of Visual Studio Code extensions for React Developers

Burke Holland: I spent a lot of time combing the depths of the VS Code Extension Marketplace to find the tastiest and most delicious extensions that are guaranteed to make your life as a React developer 129% more enjoyable. All you have to do is install the React Food Truck extension and it will automatically […]