From WebStorm To VS Code
My goto IDE for a long time has been WebStorm (well actually PyCharm but that’s a superset of WebStorm). Although I’ve been using VS Code for a while it’s just been as a quick text editor.
WebStorm still felt like my comfy home pants and VS Code felt like my going out jeans, I love my comfy home pants.
I know Web Storm so well that every-time I tried to get to grips with VS Code I ended up just getting frustrated and giving up when I couldn’t do the same task instantly in VS Code.
Finally I decided enough was enough, it’s time to learn it properly.
In this video they answer a bunch of questions I have about VS Code, like:
- How to view history?
- How to change branches?
- How to stash and un-stash?
- How to git blame?
- How to git move?
- Like how to?
- Add a sass watcher so it just compiles automatically.
- Auto Imports
- Navigate Back and Forward through stack