Bookmark important files and/or links for your projects.
Why Squarl Bookmarks
Every project has various dependencies, not only the onces we use to code, but also the once around the project. Like: task lists, project management, documentation, ...
In most cases, you share this information of which platforms and/or systems used with your team. What if you can bring it closer to the project?
This is the purpose of Squarl Bookmarks to allow you and your team to create and share these bookmarks. Instead of opening your browser, looking for the project bookmark, and navigating to it. You can now add the bookmark in your project and navigate instantly from within Visual Studio Code to it.
You can use Squarl Bookmarks to store bookmarks personally (in VS Code
The extension comes with the following features:
How to use it
The intention of the Squarl Bookmarks extension is to allow you to be able to quickly navigate to any of your important project files or links.
You can use the extension for personal or team purposes.
When you install the extension, and open the Squarl Bookmarks panel. You will see the welcome view with the ability to add a file or link.
Another way to add a file or link to your bookmarks list, is to use one of the commands:
Once you've added bookmarks, the view will be updated to the bookmarks list view.
For team bookmarks, you'll need to create the team file, you can do this manually by creating a
Once the file is created, you can add your groups and bookmarks to it.
Initial file content:
It is a manual process to add the groups and bookmarks to the file.
Once this file contains bookmarks, a team bookmarks view will appear.
The extension has the following commands for you to make use:
The extension uses the following settings to manage the behavior:
Bookmark items contain the following properties:
Group items contain the following properties:
Contributing / Issues / feedback
If you want to contribute, you are more than welcome to do so. Feel free to start by opening an issue on the project repository in order to track the changes.
If you find a bug, or have some feedback, let us know by opening an issue in the project repository.
Changelog / Release notes