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.
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.
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!