There's an easy way to integrate Standard in VS Code—with the vscode-standardjs plugin. I made a video for this some time ago if you're interested in setting it up.
But, if you follow the instructions in the video (or on vscode-standardjs's readme file), you'll come to notice there's one small detail that needs to be ironed out.
Try writing a
function the old way, and save it repeatedly. VS code will toggle between having and not having a space before the left-parenthesis of the function.
You get the same problem when you write methods with the ES6 method shorthands:
There's a quick way to fix this issue. What you need to do is set
So the minimum configuration you need to get Standard and VS Code to work together is:
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