How to Add themes for Visual Studio Code

How to Add themes for Visual Studio Code

I don't know about you, but I like to write the code in a visually appealing environment. A good theme and a good typeface make your codes less boring to look at.

- Here, I will name a couple of great code themes for Visual Studio Code .

Cobalt2 Theme

Official WesBos theme . Cobalt2 is one of my favorite themes for vs code which is why I posted it in the first place.

see Cobalt2 Theme

Cobalt2 Theme for VS Code

One Dark Pro

One Dark is an excellent theme for atom now adapted for vs code

See One Dark Pro

One dark theme for svs code

Material Palenight Theme

It is good to appreciate and encourage teens who are impacting the ecosystem. This theme was made by Olaoluwa , a teenager.

See Palenight Material

Material Palenight Theme

Monokai Pro

From the makers of the original Monokai, Monokai Pro is a modern take on a functional color scheme. Let him ditch the distractions and go straight to code.

See Monokai Pro

Monokai Pro theme for visual studio code

Dracula Official

The deep purple hue is what sets this theme apart from the others.

See Dracula

Dracula theme Official

Material Theme

A simple and clean material theme. Many setting options here for color tints.

See Material Theme

Material Theme for vs code

Atom One Dark Theme

Another theme inspired by Atom One Dark Theme

See One Dark

Atom One Dark Theme

Panda Theme

See Panda Theme

Panda Theme

Hybrid Next

Created for those who spend a lot of time in their text editor, Hybrid Next is a dark and colorful theme that is intended to be readable and easy on the eyes.

See Hybrid Next

Hybrid Next for visual studio code

Night owl

This theme was created by Sarah Drasner , who is highly respected in the CSS community. It's perfect for those of us who stay up late working on exciting projects. Sarah obviously has a great eye for design and Night Owl proves it.

See Night Owl

Night Owl theme for VsCode

Shades of Purple

Well documented and professional topic. Amazing!

See Shades of Purple

Shades of Purple theme for VsCode