RescueTime for VS Code
The RescueTime for VS Code extension makes it easy to stay aware of your software development time without leaving your editor. As you work, you will see a total of your daily software development time and a gauge of how focused you currently are on coding.
You'll need a RescueTime account and an API key.
You can create a RescueTime account here.
You can create your API key here.
See your daily coding time
Each day, RescueTime will keep track of the time you spend working on software development. Note that this is not just time spent in your editor, but also time spent in related tools–other IDEs, documentation sites like Stack Overflow and GitHub, and test environments like localhost. As you log time, you will see the total in your status bar.
See your current focus level (RescueTime premium only)
In addition to your daily total, RescueTime can keep track of your current focus level. This can help you see when you are getting distracted by other activities.
Due to the way the RescueTime desktop application sends data, there can be a delay in uploading data when spending a long, uninterrupted period working on a single document. In extreme cases, this can cause the focus level to clear out until the next time you switch to a different window or application.
Initial release of RescueTime extension for VS Code