Sonia Singla

🎨 Bracket Pair Colorizer

December 12, 2020 • ☕️ 1 min read


I have been coding for a while now, and identifying blocks, notations, opening and closing tags within heavily nested loops and functions is more of a nightmare for me.

Recently, I get to know about the Bracket Pair Colorizer extension in Visual Studio Code, life savior extension! This extension allows matching brackets to be identified with colours. By default (), [], and {} are matched, however, custom bracket characters can also be configured.

It enhances the way that we write code and helps in a better understanding of the mess going on, in the code editor.

You can install Bracket Pair Colorizer using the VS Code extension marketplace. Hit install and make sure to reload after installation 🤗

Cheers & Happy Sharing! ❤️

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Hi 👋🏻, My name is Sonia, studying Information Technology from Panjab University, India. I am an Open Source enthusiast and passionate about about browsers, web-compatibility, developer tooling and developer communities. Recently, I finished my internship with Embark Studios on a new platform for gamemaking. I was the CNCF 2020 Intern at Thanos, and spent the winter of 2019 working with web-compatibility team of Mozilla as an Outreachy Intern. I also love to travel, teach, and speak about open source 👩🏻‍💻