Sometimes, the questions are complicated - and the answers are simple.
-L Lawliet, Death Note
The header up top already sounds absurd so I’mma jump right to the topic to make this blog post less awkward. So today we will be taking a look at how I (and everyone else should) setup Visual Studio Code aka VSCode to work hand in hand with Flutter.
I know this may seem out of topic when concerned with this blog post, but hey if anyone out there with similar taste in VSCode appearance then this may work for them as well
drum roll… and the Result!
Bright Colors over dark background really looks good!
Official Flutter VSCode Extension: Flutter
Official Dart Language VSCode Extension: Dart
Very Handy Flutter Snippets: Awesome Flutter Snippets
Add dependencies within VSCode: Pubspec Assist
Clean Imports: Dart-Import
TabOut (it's really in the name): TabOut
Todo Tree: Todo Tree
Measure your Productivity (sort of): WakaTime
Take care of your BRACES: Bracket Pair Colorizer 2
Spell-checker for your docs: Grammarly Unofficial
All the above-mentioned extensions can be installed from the VSCode Marketplace from within VSCode only. After installing these I can guarantee* you will have a great time building your apps! Happy coding!~
(I have linked every extension with it’s respective Git Repository, feel free to explore the repos and PR them if you can :P)