Hello everyone hope everyone is doing well. My name is Surya L, The purpose of this blog is to teach all about VS code Must have Extensions as Web Developer.
Liver Server is an VS code Extension used to host files which has .html file extension. It also Launches a local development server with live reload feature for static & dynamic pages.
- A Quick Development Live Server with live browser reload.
- Start or Stop server by a single click from status bar.
- Open a HTML file to browser from Explorer menu.
- Support for excluding files for change detection.
- Hot Key control.
- Customizable Port Number, Server Root, default browser.
- Support for any browser (Eg: Firefox Nightly) using advance Command Line.
- Support for Chrome Debugging Attachment.
- Remote Connect through WLAN (E.g.: Connect with mobile)
- Use preferable host name (localhost or 127.0.0.1).
- Customizable Supporting Tag for Live Reload feature. (Default is Body or head)
- SVG Support
- https Support.
- Support for proxy.
- CORS Enabled
- Multi-root workspace supported.
- Support for any file even dynamic pages through Live Server Web Extension.
Prettier Formatter for Visual Studio Code
Prettier is an opinionated code formatter. It enforces a consistent style by parsing your code and re-printing it with its own rules that take the maximum line length into account, wrapping code when necessary. Languages Supported 👇
- CSS · SCSS · Less
- HTML · Vue · Angular HANDLEBARS · Ember · Glimmer
- GraphQL · Markdown · YAML
4.Icons and Themes
These 2 extensions are used for file icons.
An extension used to run Code. Supported languages:
Automatically add HTML/XML close tag, same as Visual Studio IDE or Sublime Text does.
This extension supports running npm scripts defined in the package.json file and validating the installed modules against the dependencies defined in the package.json.
GitHub Copilot is an AI pair programmer which suggests line completions and entire function bodies as you type. GitHub Copilot is powered by the OpenAI Codex AI system, trained on public Internet text and billions of lines of code.
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