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Docs Extension Pack

A collection of extensions for writing, editing, and reviewing documentation in VS Code

These are some of my favorite extensions to make docs writing easier and fun, and improves my workflow.

Extensions Included

  • Code Spell Checker - A fairly no-fuss spell checker that alerts you to misspelled words and detects camelCase code. Pretty invaluable :)
  • Grammarly (unofficial) - allows you to work with Grammarly in VS Code, not for everyone but easy to disable.
  • Gitlens - GitLens helps you to visualize code authorship at a glance via Git blame annotations and code lens, seamlessly navigate and explore Git repositories, gain valuable insights via powerful comparison commands, and more.
  • Prettier - Never worry about formatting your code ever again, keep everything consistent with ease. My suggestion is to add "editor.tabCompletion": true, "editor.formatOnSave": true, to your settings file in preferences.
  • Formatting toggle This one is a lifesaver! I love Prettier, but there are times I'm submitting PRs to repos with different formatting rules than I have. Rather than having to either shut off Prettier entirely, update my preferences to match theirs, or submit a noisy PR, I can use this extension to toggle formatting with a quickkey and get everything in! I love it.
  • Bracket Pair Colorizer - This extension allows matching brackets to be identified with colours. The user can define which characters to match, and which colours to use. Super handy!
  • Bookmarks - Adds a bookmark to places you designate in your file, and allows you to quickly jump between them. Super helpful. Type command + opt + K to create a bookmark and command + opt + J to jump between them 🔖
  • Jumpy - We lose a lot of time scanning with a mouse, time we can get back by using our keyboard instead. Jumpy provides fast cursor movement by giving you a couple of keys that offer a hook to get to another part of the document.
  • In Bed By 7pm Syntax highlighting can be a very personal thing, so you might not want to use this, but I worked hard creating a theme you might like.


This extension is dedicated to the hardworking Netlify Documentation team ♥️



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