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VS Code Themes and Icon Themes
Themes are usually the first extension someone will install. Themes are a great way to get started with VS Code and to learn how extensions work.
They are also a great way to quickly customize your editor so that it fits your personality. I lean to the more, but there are more available if you want your VS Code to pop.
Extensions for VS Code can be found in two places:
- Inside VS Code itself in the Extensions Sidebar (
cmd + shift + x)
Search for "theme" or "icon theme" and you'll find a plethora of theme extensions.
Use the Command Palette (
cmd + shift + p) and search for:
- Preferences: Color Theme
- Preferences: File Icon Theme
The cool thing about enabling themes in VS Code is that you can press through the list in the command palette and see a live preview.
Chris Sev is the co-founder of Better Dev. Coding better every day. Previously he created Scotch.io which was acquired.
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