What I Use
I tried VScode when it first started getting popular and it just didn't cut it. In 2017, I went back to it and I haven't looked back. It's my favorite for any project that's not too big.
Still my go to for any large projects. I mainly use this for SR_ work.
Code Settings Sync
Working across 2, sometimes 3 computers, this is a no brainer. Plus when moving to a new computer, it speeds things up.
If you're still spacing everything out nice and neat on your own, you're wasting time. This is the best thing to come along in a while. And make sure you set your editor.formatOnSave to true!
Cobalt 2 Theme
My current theme from Wes Bos.
I mainly use Git Lens for the git blame feature, but it has a number of git enhancements for VSCode.
Easy traversing of bracketed data in the editor.
Adds colored border around css/web colors in the editor.
Debugger for Chrome
This plugin attempts to override user/workspace settings with settings found in .editorconfig files.
The extension uses the ESLint library installed in the opened workspace folder. If the folder doesn't provide one the extension looks for a global install version.
My personal computer is a MacBook Pro (13-inch, 2016, Touch Bar). I'm pretty happy with it. I use my work Laptop for any heavy lifting.
My personal computer is a MacBook Pro (15-inch, 2016). Fully loaded work horse.
Feel free to contact me on any of these platforms