angular2-switcher - Easily navigate to typescript(.ts)|template(.html)|style(.scss/.sass/.less/.css) in angular projects.
alt+o(Windows) or shift+alt+o(macOS)
by default VSCode opens file not opened from file explorer in 'preview' mode. When using this extension, I also recommend the following setting: workbench.editor.enablePreview": false
SimonTest - Analyzes your Angular code and generates unit tests for you (can overwrite spec files generated automatically with Angular CLI).
Karma Problem Matcher - Capture errors from Karma tests running in Visual Studio Code, so test failures will show up in 'Problems' pane (Ctrl+Shift+M on Windows/Linux, ⇧⌘M on Mac) and the failing test can also be made known to VS Code, eg. highlighted with squiggly lines, jumping to it with F8.
Angular Language Service - provides a rich editing experience for Angular templates, very useful when working on Angular HTML template.
"prettier.singleQuote": true (this helps when using auto import extension or the VSCode auto import functionality).
"prettier.tabWidth": 2 (angular lint uses 2 spaces as default indentation). With this setting, you can continue using tabs if it is your preference
"prettier.useTabs": false (same as above)
Path Intellisense - VSCode has a very good auto import capability, but sometime you still need to import some files manually, and this extension helps a lot in these cases.
Move TS - this is a great extension to help you refactor and re-organize some files and components in the project. It automatically fixes the imports on the file (or component folder) that is being moved and also files that are importing the component you are moving. To use it: right-click on a file or folder in the Project Explorer pane and select 'Move TypeScript'.
Angular Schematics - this extension allows you to launch Angular schematics (CLI commands) from files Explorer (right-click) or Command Palette.
Angular-cli - This extension eases the use of the Angular cli in Visual Studio Code.