Have you ever wondered how much time you spend actually coding?
This extension counts time spent on doing your actual job instead of checking out Reddit or Instagram.
⚙️ How does it work?
Any modification of a file results in starting the timer, which counts as long as you are active.
The delay after the counting is frozen can be set in configuration.
There is also an option to control how the data is persisted. By default, the counter keeps track of time for a day, and it is cleaned up
the next day. There are also options to either keep it continuously or to not persist the timer value between sessions at all.
Install the extension in vscode
Set up a delay in configuration or leave it as default 5s
Specify persistence settings
Keep data between coding session
Clear persisted data on a day-to-day basis
Do not persist data at all
Every time you modify a document timer is resumed and keeps counting.
When idle for enough time or tabbed out, the timer stops counting.
Clear Persisted Data
When invoked, all persisted extension data will be purged
After how many seconds, following last modification, timer freezes