Matthias Ott’s posted his VS Code setup. I find lists like this (I rounded up some recent updates of my own) irresistible, probably because, like y’all, I spend an awful lot of time in VS Code and wanna make sure I’m getting the most out of it.
Things from the list that stood out to me:
- I didn’t realize Bracket Pair Colorizer had gone v2 and it’s a separate install.
- I din’t realize you needed an extension to honor
- I wasn’t using anything for PHP, but Matthias listed PHP Intelephense and I’m giving it a whirl. It has fewer users than the non-weirdly named one though? And when I installed that, I saw Format HTML in PHP which I’m also trying because, yes, please! (Even Prettier’s PHP add-on can’t do that.)
Messing with extensions is also a good opportunity to clear out old crap.
Also super interesting…
The main point of that series is cleaning up the interface of VS Code in extreme ways. All the way down to:
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