Once you want to work with a framework such as Symfony, you need to make sure that you’re setting up your code editor in the right way. This tutorial will show you which extensions are essential when setting up Visual Studio Code.
Quick note; when you want to install an extension, you need to access the extensions market, this can be done in the left sidebar of Visual Studio Code, where you need to click on the 4 squares.
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I hope that this article made your Symfony experience in Visual Studio Code a lot more comfortable.
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