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Apr 4, 2022 ⋅ 7 min read

9 essential VS Code extensions for TypeScript

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3 Replies to "9 essential VS Code extensions for TypeScript"

    1. If you’re using an older version of VS Code, you did not get the benefits of those features. For example, an auto-change file path was added for JavaScript and TypeScript in VS Code 1.24. Sometimes users can not update VS code due to memory or RAM issues. Then it’s better to add low-key extensions.

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