Note perso, quelques extensions pour #codium que j’ai repéré lors de mes recherches.
Beautifiers (j’ai choisi la première de la liste)
CSS class name completion for the HTML (pas encore décidé)
Et la liste complète des extensions que j’ai installé à ce jour :
Un outil open-source qui fourni une interface WYSIWYG avec explications et exemples pour créer des configurations de php-cs-fixer (le « formateur » par défaut de PHP dans VSCodium). Propose des « presets » adaptés aux différentes version de PSR.
Le repo GIT et la doc d’install : ▻https://github.com/mlocati/php-cs-fixer-configurator
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