How to Format Laravel Blade Code in Visual Studio Code?
You can use the Laravel Blade Snippets extension for Visual Studio Code to format Blade code in your Laravel projects. Here's an example of how to use the extension to create a Blade template:
Install the Laravel Blade Snippets extension by searching for it in the Visual Studio Code Extension Marketplace.
Open a new or existing Blade file in Visual Studio Code.
Type the prefix "blade" and press Tab to create a new Blade template.
You can also use the extension to create commonly used Blade elements such as sections, layouts, and loops. Simply type the prefix for the element you want to create and press Tab.
<h1>Welcome to my website</h1>
<p>Here is some content for the website.</p>
This will create a new section called 'content' with the text inside it.
Note: The extension also provides several other options, like syntax highlighting, autocompletion and snippets for blade specific constructs to make your development experience more efficient.