Visual Studio Code
- Visual Studio MarketPlace and Extensions
- Integrated Terminal on Visual Studio Code
- Debugging in VScode
- Python in Visual Studio Code
- Go in Visual Studio Code
- Bridge to Kubernetes
- AWS Toolkits
- Cloud Code
- code.visualstudio.com: Visual Studio Code
- vscode.github.com: GitHub and Visual Studio Code 🌟 Bring your workflows closer to your code. Learn how Visual Studio Code and GitHub are better together.
- Visual Studio Online
- Awesome Visual Studio Code
- Using Version Control in VS Code
- deepu.js.org: My VS Code setup - Making the most out of VS Code
- VScode run from WSL in Linux: Cannot activate the ‘Atlassian for VSCode (Official)’ extension because ‘git’ extension is not loaded
- kite: Code Faster with AI Autocomplete
- With the Edge (Chromium) Tools for VS Code you can see the browser’s Inspector and Dev Tools within VSCode, to debug your front-end code
- docker.com: How to Develop Inside a Container Using Visual Studio Code Remote Containers 🌟
- devblogs.microsoft.com: Need an Intro to VS Code? Let Tech with Tim Help!
- A multi-step tutorial that covers the basics of working with Docker with Visual Studio Code and deploy on Azure
- thenewstack.io: This Week in Programming: All Hail Visual Studio Code
- blogs.windows.com: Bringing the browser developer tools to Visual Studio Code
- visualstudiomagazine.com: Code with Fire! Top VS Code Tips
- 39digits.com: How to sign your commits to GitHub using Visual Studio Code on Windows 10 and WSL2 🌟
- jung-christian.de: Ansible support in Visual Studio Code 🌟
- youtube: Source Control Tip 9: Dealing with Merge Conflicts in VS Code
- dev.to: Video: Visualize the architecture of your Java app, in VS Code, in 2 ¹/₂ minutes
- serverless-stack.com: How to debug Lambda functions with Visual Studio Code
- github.blog: VS Code: Now creating pull requests 🌟 Remember all those times you’ve wanted to manage a pull request but didn’t want to leave VS Code? Now they’re in the past. Create and manage them with the GitHub Pull Requests Extension.
- dev.to: Using VS Code to git rebase
- freecodecamp.org: 10 VS Code Extensions to Increase Your Productivity
- softzone.es: Mejora y añade más funciones a Visual Studio Code con plugins
- dzone: VS Code Extensions for Frontend Developers
- In code 1.61.0, you can get a colorized bracket pair guide, just enable it by setting:
- dev.to: How to configure VSCode Bracket Pair Colors Natively
- Zen Mode: Per user requests, we have added Zen Mode to VS Code. Zen Mode lets you focus on your code by hiding all UI except the editor (no Activity Bar, Status Bar, Sidebar and Panel) and going to full screen. Zen mode can be toggled using the View menu, Command Palette or by the shortcut Ctrl+K Z.
- realpython.com: Advanced Visual Studio Code for Python Developers
- blog.openreplay.com: 8 Cool VS Code tips to make your workspace more personal
Visual Studio MarketPlace and Extensions
- GitLens 🌟 Git supercharged
- Git Graph View a Git Graph of your repository, and easily perform Git actions from the graph. Configurable to look the way you want!
- Better Comments
- Bracket Pair Colorizer
- Markdown All in One 🌟
- Auto Markdown TOC By AX1
- Prettier: Code formatter
- Live Share: Real-time collaborative development from the comfort of your favorite tools (pair-programming).
- EditorConfig: This plugin attempts to override user/workspace settings with settings found in .editorconfig files. No additional or vscode-specific files are required.
- Indent-Rainbow: Indent-Rainbow A simple extension to make indentation more readable
- Live Server: Launch a development local Server with live reload feature for static & dynamic pages
- SVG: SVG Coding, Minify, Pretty, Preview All-In-One.
- Python Visual Studio Code
- betterprogramming.pub: The Best VS Code Extensions to Supercharge Your Git Yes, there’s more than GitLens!
- dzone.com: 10 VS Code Extensions to Fight Technical Debt The best engineering teams I’ve talked to use the right tools to continuously refactor code, improve their codebase communication, and address technical debt.
- dev.to: Superb VSCode extensions changing your coding life
- c-sharpcorner.com: The Best VS Code Extensions For Remote Working
- Rainbow Brackets A rainbow brackets extension for VS Code.
- TODO Highlight Highlight TODOs, FIXMEs, and any keywords, annotations
- Todo+ Manage todo lists with ease. Powerful, easy to use and customizable.
- Todo Tree Show TODO, FIXME, etc. comment tags in a tree view
- Error Lens Improve highlighting of errors, warnings and other language diagnostics.
- Docker Makes it easy to create, manage, and debug containerized applications.
- DotENV Support for DotENV file syntax
- Live Server Launch a development local Server with live reload feature for static & dynamic pages
- Draw.io Integration This extension integrates Draw.io into VS Code.
- Turbo Console Log Automating the process of writing meaningful log messages.
- Path Intellisense Visual Studio Code plugin that autocompletes filenames
- GitHub Pull Requests and Issues 🌟
- React Pure To Class Convert pure react components to class components
- Helm Intellisense Helm Intellisense is a Visual Studio Code extension that provides intellisense for helm-templates
- Azure Resource Manager (ARM) Tools 🌟 New VS Code extension for working with Azure Resource Manager (ARM) templates that will make your life much easier.
- developers.redhat.com: Devfiles and Kubernetes cluster support in OpenShift Connector 0.2.0 extension for VS Code 🌟
- gitlab.com: VS Code extension development with GitLab As VS Code editor increases in popularity, find out how GitLab + VS Code can be used for extension development and how we develop the official GitLab VS Code extension.
- freecodecamp.org: VS Code Extensions That’ll Boost Your Development Productivity 🌟
- CloudFormation Snippets 🌟 Adds autocompletion for all AWS CloudFormation resources. The snippets are updated automatically every week by fetching the data from the official AWS CloudFormation resource specification.
- GitHub Actions 🌟
- Local History Save files into local history
- Remote Repositories 🌟 You can now browse or even make edits to any GitHub repo straight from code, instantly WITHOUT having to pull the source down first.
- marketplace.visualstudio.com: Bridge to Kubernetes (VSCode) With Bridge to Kubernetes, the only thing you need to run and debug on your development machine is the microservice you’re working on and your preferred dev tools. - thorsten-hans.com: Debugging apps in Kubernetes with Bridge 🌟 Bridge to Kubernetes simplifies and streamlines the process of debugging applications running in Kubernetes. Debug any language using the tools you prefer and love.
- Working with Kubernetes in VS Code
- marketplace.visualstudio.com: GitHub Repositories 🌟 Browse and edit code from Github without cloning. You can even review PRs!. The GitHub Repositories extension lets you quickly browse, search, edit, and commit to any remote GitHub repository directly from within Visual Studio Code, with support for Azure repos coming soon.
- Azure/vscode-kubernetes-tools 🌟 Visual Studio Code Kubernetes Tools
- GitHub Copilot 🌟
- snyk.io: Securing your open source dependencies with the Snyk Visual Studio Code extension
- prisma.io: Improving the Prisma Visual Studio Code Extension with WebAssembly 🌟 Prisma helps app developers build faster and make fewer errors with an open source database toolkit for PostgreSQL, MySQL, SQL Server, and SQLite. Central to Prisma is the schema - a declarative way to define your app’s data models and their relations that’s human-readable. And you don’t have to painstakingly create it from scratch if you already have a database - prisma introspect takes care of that.
- IAM Legend IAM policy actions autocomplete, documentation & wildcard resolution. Supports Serverless Framework, AWS SAM, CloudFormation and Terraform.
More Extensions (Blogs)
- Become a VS Code Ninja with these Extensions and Tools 
- blog.logrocket.com: Top 10 VS Code extensions for 2021
- dev.to: Thunder Client - Http Client Extension for VS Code - thunderclient.io 🌟 Hand-crafted lightweight Rest Client for Testing APIs (postman alternative) - youtube: I Don’t Need Postman Anymore!! I Use VS Code Instead…
- c-sharpcorner.com: The Best VS Code Extensions To Supercharge Git
- dev.to: VS Code extensions to increase your Productivity
- dev.to: Top 5 Best Git Extensions For VS Code (You must have)
- Material Icon Theme Material Design Icons for Visual Studio Code
- Lucy Theme Soft but clear syntax theme
- Monokai Pro Theme Professional theme and matching icons, from the author of the original Monokai color scheme.
- Codey Midnight Theme Dark theme configured for accessibility and Salesforce development
- 1984 Theme
- Dracula Official Official Dracula Theme. A dark theme for many editors, shells, and more.
- Discord Presence Theme Update your discord status with the newly added rich presence.
- GitHub Theme 🌟 GitHub theme for VS Code
- Jira and Bitbucket (Official)
- GitLab Workflow
- Kubernetes (by Microsoft) Develop, deploy and debug Kubernetes applications
- Kubernetes Kind (by Microsoft)
- Docker (by Microsoft)
- Terraform Syntax highlighting, linting, formatting, and validation for Hashicorp’s Terraform
- MongoDB for VS Code
Azure DevOps Extensions
Git Flow Extensions
- gitflow by vector-of-bool Gitflow integration and support in Visual Studio Code
- GitFlow 4 Code
- JirAux (Jira integration) Extension to list,view and create Git-flow like branches from issues
- BABA-Git Flow
- Jenkins JCasC-Plugin This extension is used to integrate a live jenkins instance configuration with your editor. It can be used to edit and validate YAML files.
- Jenkins Pipeline Linter Connector Validates Jenkinsfiles by sending them to the Pipeline Linter of a Jenkins server.
- secanis.ch: Jenkinsfile Support Adds syntax highlighting support for Jenkinsfile’s. In this version, it’s the same like Groovy is.
- ivory-lab: JenkinsFile Support Extension provides basic jenkinsfile support (highlighting, snippets and completion)
- JM Meessen: Declarative Jenkinsfile Support Adds syntax highlighting support for the declarative Jenkinsfile format flavour.
- Alessandro Fragnani: Jenkins Status
Integrated Terminal on Visual Studio Code
- Integrated Terminal
- This is an example of Visual Studio Code settings when adding Git Bash on Windows:
"terminal.integrated.shell.windows": "C:\\Program Files\\Git\\bin\\bash.exe"
Debugging in VScode
- How to configure Visual Studio Code for test debugging
- blog.getambassador.io: Debugging Go Microservices in Kubernetes with VScode 🌟 Tutorial: Learn to debug Go microservices locally while testing against dependencies in a remote Kubernetes cluster
- developers.redhat.com: Remote debugging on Kubernetes using VS Code
Python in Visual Studio Code
- Python in Visual Studio Code – September 2020 Release
- Python in Visual Studio Code – January 2021 Release
Go in Visual Studio Code
Bridge to Kubernetes
- Bridge to Kubernetes 🌟 Bridge to Kubernetes extends the Kubernetes perimeter to your development computer allowing you to write, test, and debug microservice code while connected to your Kubernetes cluster with the rest of your application or services. With this workflow, there is no need for extra assets, such as a Dockerfile or Kubernetes manifests. You can simply run your code natively on your development workstation while connected to the Kubernetes cluster, allowing you to test your code changes in the context of the larger application.
- visualstudiomagazine.com: Bridge to Kubernetes Simplifies Microservice Development in Visual Studio/VS Code
- AWS Toolkits for Cloud9, JetBrains and VS Code now support interaction with over 200 new resource types 🌟
- Cloud Code 🌟 Everything you need to write, debug, and deploy your cloud-native applications.
- Repl.it Reading code is hard! Don’t you wish you could just ask the code what it does? To describe its functions, its types. And maybe… how can it be improved? Introducing: Replit code oracle.
- Gitpod Open Sources a ‘Holistic IDE’
- piotrminkowski.com: Development on Kubernetes: IDE & TOOLS In this article, you will learn what tools, frameworks, and platforms could help you to speed up the development of JVM microservices on Kubernetes.
- openshift.com: Visual Web Terminal - A Turbocharged Command Line for Kubernetes and OpenShift
- Linux on Chrome OS, sometimes called Crostini 🌟, allows you to run Linux apps for development alongside your usual Chrome OS desktop & apps.
- Fleet Next-generation IDE by JetBrains
- thenewstack.io: Are Cloud-Based IDEs the Future of Software Engineering?
- gitpod.io 🌟🌟 - github.com/gitpod-io/gitpod Gitpod automates the provisioning of ready-to-code development environments. Gitpod is an open-source Kubernetes application for automated and ready-to-code development environments that blends in your existing workflow. It enables you to describe your dev environment as code and start instant and fresh development environments for each new task directly from your browser. Tightly integrated with GitLab, GitHub, and Bitbucket, Gitpod automatically and continuously prebuilds dev environments for all your branches. As a result, team members can instantly start coding with fresh, ephemeral and fully-compiled dev environments - no matter if you are building a new feature, want to fix a bug or do a code review.
- github1s.com 🌟 One second to read GitHub code with VS Code.
- vscode.dev 🌟
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Did you know, you can have project specific user settings in VS Code?— Andy Bell (@piccalilli_) December 10, 2020
I certainly didn’t, but I needed to make some tweaks for a better live coding experience for workshop attendees.
Create a .vscode folder in your project then add settings.json in there.
Today's @code extension: Github Repositories— Matt Bierner (@mattbierner) September 16, 2021
Browse and edit code from @Github without cloning. You can even review PRs!
It's kind of like https://t.co/dqc8Luetlw, but for desktop VS Code#code2020 pic.twitter.com/ttVstg2HPO
If I was forced to use closed source IDE for a paid job, I would go for JetBrains. They are far better than VSCode or anything else ever created. Of course, VIM is my first choice, but sometimes they or other team members are comfier with a professional tool.— The Best Linux Blog In the Unixverse (@nixcraft) September 30, 2021
I'm currently using the following @code extensions (fundamentally, Python development):— Santiago (@svpino) October 12, 2021
2. GitHub Copilot
7. OpenAPI Swagger
9. AWS Toolkit
10. Cloud Code
Is there something else that you'd recommend?
The brand new Visual Studio Code for the Web looks fantastic, and it's blazingly fast!— Santiago (@svpino) November 11, 2021
They say it is "a zero-install experience running entirely in your browser."
Your local environment has its days counted.https://t.co/4XIKBANfxL pic.twitter.com/NElvgQq20F
Sometimes I do a bit of coding on my laptop where I don't have GitHub Copilot installed - and it becomes VERY clear how super productive that tool is making me.— Simon Høiberg (@SimonHoiberg) November 20, 2021
Without comparison the best addition to VSCode I've tried!