There are many useful extensions available, for Visual Studio Code (VS Code). And the best ones for you will depend on your specific needs and workflow. Here is a list, of some popular and highly rated extensions. That may be useful for a wide range of users:
This extension, allows you to run a local development server. With live reload feature for static and dynamic pages.
Auto Rename Tag
This extension, automatically renames the matching HTML tag. Whats more important this will happen as a result for use renaming features, not only inline error annotations. And file history detail view.
This extension, automatically formats your code. According to a set of rules, helping you to ensure that your code is consistent and easy to read.
Bracket Pair Colorizer
This extension adds colors to your brackets, making it easier to see which brackets match up.
This extension adds Git integration, to VS Code. In This case, Include important features for example inline error annotation and detailed view of file history.
This extension, allows you to collaborate with others in real time. Including the ability to share your VS Code workspace and interact with each other’s code.
This extension, include support for the Python program language. And other features, for example like IntelliSense, debugging, and linting.
This extension will add support for works with Docker containers and files, include the features like IntelliSense and debugging.
Material Icon Theme
This extension, changes the default folder and file icons in VS Code. To a more modern and aesthetically pleasing design.
These are just a few examples, and there are many other extensions available. It may help with tasks as debugging, testing, version control, and more. You can browse and install extensions through the Extensions tab in the VS Code Marketplace.