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I have a few VS Code extensions installed, but I came across one that changed how I use the text editor this week.
But after watching the JS Booster's example videos, I discovered that I'm missing out big time!
JS Booster adds an entirely new set of functionality to VS Code. Convert
const, replace strings with template strings, convert an arrow function to an anonymous function... you name it. Doing all these things manually is not a big deal, but time adds up!
But the best thing: it never occurred to me that there could be a shortcut to access these actions. On my machine, it's
CMD + and using it is so good! It's quick'n'easy yet valuable and I'm now always watching for the light bulb to avoid work VS Code can do for me.
I can genuinely say that this discovery changed the way I use VS Code, so if you haven't adopted it yet, go and try it now. 😉
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