Visual Studio Code
I often find myself playing around with my editor on the weekend, whenever I get a new machine, or, pretty much anytime I find a new cool font. As it turns out, there's lots of interesting fonts out there that improve day-to-day work experience. Let's take a look... in no
I'm noticing the same comments popping up on the channel lately. "What Visual Studio Code theme are you using?"... the answer to that is Monokai Pro! I've yet to purchase the license as I'm having fun evaluating the different theme colours on offer, but I have to say, I'm super impressed.
I've been working with some public APIs as part of an upcoming course, and I'm often finding that I have the structure of a response object, but no TypeScript interface. I'm happy to convert this manually (either fully or view model), but I'm always looking for fun ways to automate
As you may know already, I'm a big fan of Visual Studio Code. I'm always looking for ways to improve my development experience, and lately I've been using an extension named Auto Import. Auto Import If you've ever been in a scenario where you know exactly what dependency to import
Not a day goes by where I don't think to myself, how can I improve my development experience? Thankfully, Visual Studio Code has a rich set of customisation options and plugins, allowing me to tailor my editor to my needs. 1. Angular Language Service I write a lot of Angular