VSCode is awesome and we know it. Performance is the key here. But overall easy-to-use design, plugins and marketplace make this even more powerful.
But before putting some cool VSCode plugins, today I am gonna write about OhMyZSH first. On my last Post, I wanted to write about it but I was so sleepy and could not finish 😴 . I wrote at the end that I would continue ZSH in my next post. So here I am 😍
Now let’s talk about my Terminal, yes OhMyZSH. ⚡️
sh -c "$(curl -fsSL https://raw.github.com/robbyrussell/oh-my-zsh/master/tools/install.sh)"
I always liked the Homebrew color scheme from MacOS’s default Terminal. That’s why I tried to use Homebrew for iTerm2 too.
I found the Homebrew color scheme here 🤓
It already looks so cool to me 🆒 🎉 ❤️
I don’t like my Terminal to be messy, so this settings suit me perfectly ⭐️
Also, there are a lot of awesome themes for ZSH 👉 here 🔥
You can choose your preferred one 💥
Nice thing is – when you have your ZSH installed, you will have the same theme and settings inside your VSCode terminal. My VSCode terminal looks like this now 👇
I will share some of the best Plugins you can use today to improve your developer experience 💥
Automatically add HTML/XML close tag, same as Visual Studio IDE or Sublime Text does.
Automatically rename paired HTML/XML tag, same as Visual Studio IDE does.
This extension allows matching brackets to be identified with colours. The user can define which characters to match, and which colours to use.
It highlights matching opening or closing tags. Optionally it also shows path to tag in the status bar.
There are few more cool plugins I use. I will continue writing this on next Part.⚡️