Category: vs code

Debugging JavaScript Projects with VS Code & Chrome Debugger

Debugging JavaScript isn’t the most fun aspect of JavaScript programming, but it’s a vital skill. This article covers two tools that will help you debug JavaScript like a pro. Imagine for a moment that the console.log() function did not exist in JavaScript. I’m pretty sure the first question you’...

10 Must-have VS Code Extensions for JavaScript Developers

In this article, I’ll focus on must-have VS Code extensions for JavaScript developers. Visual Studio Code is undoubtedly the most popular lightweight code editor today. It does borrow heavily from other popular code editors, mostly Sublime Text and Atom. However, its success mainly comes from its ability to provide b...

VS Code Can Do That?

Clever microsite from Burke Holland and Sarah Drasner that highlights some of VS Code’s coolest features. All fifteen of them are pretty darn cool. Here’s a few other compelling features I’ve seen people use/love: There is a terminal right in there, so you don’t need a separate app. The GitLens...