Code Reactions — Emoji reactions for any Git repo
Code Reactions is an open-source extension for Visual Studio Code, made by our team at Adadot with a mind to give back to the community.
We give you the ability to react to any code, you decide how to use it!
Features and how to use
In its core there is only a single feature:
There are different ways supported by this extension to achieve that. All of them can be individually toggled on/off from the settings so feel free to choose the ones that work best for you!
Status Bar Reactions
React with Comment
Annotate Code with Reactions
Since we didn't want to bloat our IDE with more "heavy" data views we created a completely free to use frontend to host some of the views that are cross-repository and other views that give you more of a high level overview of how your repos and your stats are doing and progressing over time.
You can find these views at codereactions.adadot.com
The frontend currently looks like below, though functionality will be constantly added as people's needs progress and are better defined.
Note that you need to register with the email you commit in order to ensure that you see the relevant reaction data (and nothing else 😉)
In the future we would like to support any native emoji. Until we figure out how to do that in a nice UI way this is the list of supported emojis:
This extension relies on Git.
This extension contributes the following settings:
Do reactions follow the code through changes?
Reactions follow the line as long as the line exists and it's not modified. Note that whitespace changes, or moves of the line due to other lines being added or removed do not constitute a change. However, modifying in any way the text of the line, removes all reactions from that line.
Support and Community
Join our community on Discord to connect with other users, share your experiences, and chat about coding, or anything really.
Issue Reporting and Feature Requests
Found a bug? Have a feature request? Reach out on our GitHub Issues page.
Core reactions is an open-source project. We highly value andy contributions and feedback from the community!
Your contributions, feedback, and engagement would be invaluable, and we would love for you to play a significant role in shaping the future of Code Reactions. Thank you for your support!
Want to contribute code? Follow the CONTRIBUTING docs to get started.
Contributions to the documentation are greatly appreciated. If you find any areas that can be improved or have suggestions for new documentation, you can submit them as pull requests to the Code Reactions repository.