Visual Studio Code - customization
How to customize your visual studio code
Custom settings are saved in “settings.json” file, you can open it with Ctrol+Shift+P, search for Preference: Open user settings .
Custom terminal shell - BASH
If you wish to change shell from default windows powershell to cygwin bash terminal for example, use next setting:
Of course you will need to set proper folder where your cygwin is installed on your machine.
Change size of fonts and window appearance
"editor.fontSize": 14, "window.zoomLevel": 2,
GIT integration enable/disable
If you do not won’t GIT integration (doesn’t work good with cygwin git version on windows for example) use :
But, you will need to type git commands manually if you do that.
The Visual Studio Code plugin for code snippets from JohnPapa.
Ctrl+P => ext install Angular2
The Visual Studio Code plugin for Html editor intellisense from Angular team.
Ctrl+P => ext install ng-template
Plugin for GIT file compare and history/log checking.
Ctrl+P => ext install githistory
Ctrl+Shift+P => search for “Git History”