Visual Studio 2017 supports the ,editorconfig file. It lets developers enforce consistent coding styles for everyone that works in the codebase. This video looks at how to use an extension to make editing editorconfig easier.
- [Instructor] Most developers I know…are opinionated about code layout.…We know exactly how we want…our text to appear in the editor.…We want to control the amount of indent per line…and how curly braces are formatted.…Visual Studio supports the editor config file.…This lets developers enforce consistent coding styles…for everyone that works in the code base.…So, let's add one to our project.…Right click and choose add editor config.…To be clear, Visual Studio has supported…this file type for a while.…What I want to look at in this video is an extension…that makes editing editor config files easier.…
It's this one, the EditorConfig Language Services.…So what I get when I add that,…is the ability to do what I just showed you,…how to add a edit config using the right click menu.…I also get the typical things you're used to seeing…in any editor in Visual Studio.…I get the light bulb icon. I get color coding.…I get auto complete lists and so on.…So let's start editing this file.…I'd like to put a section in for my C Sharp code.…
- Configuring settings to suggest best NuGet packages for a project
- Configuring Browser Link and the extension
- Viewing SVG files in the IDE
- Using the Zen Coding expander to enter HTML
- Essential extensions, including Markdown Editor and Spell Checker