Another five of the best VS Code extensions

In our previous blog post, Five Cool VS Code Extensions, we highlighted five of the best Visual Studio Code (VS Code) extensions that you should check out. In this follow-up post, we’ll delve into another five extensions that are must-haves for any VS Code user.

Rest Client

This extension allows you to send HTTP requests directly from your editor and view the responses. It’s a great tool for testing APIs and debugging HTTP-related issues.


The Python extension for VS Code provides a number of features for working with Python, including linting, debugging, and IntelliSense support. If you’re a Python developer, this extension is a no-brainer.

ES Lint

ESLint is a popular JavaScript linter that helps you catch syntax errors and enforce a consistent code style. The ESLint extension integrates with VS Code, allowing you to see linting errors directly in your editor.


This extension adds beautiful icons to your VS Code workspace, making it easier to navigate and find files. It supports a wide range of file types, from code files to images and media.

Markdown All in One

If you work with Markdown files, this extension is a must-have. It provides a number of features for editing and previewing Markdown, including the ability to insert tables and task lists, and a built-in spell checker.

These are just a few more examples of the many high-quality extensions available for VS Code. With so many options to choose from, you’re sure to find something that meets your needs and enhances your workflow. Happy coding!

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