My favorite editor that I use to write code in. I use many extensions for it.
My config for it can be found here.
Developer: Show Running Extensions command -> Shows currently running extensions. Is good for profiling.
VS Code has excellent integrated node debugging. It integrates seamlessly with the entire tool ecosystem (eg I use ts-node-dev for autoreloading + typescript support, and the VS Code debugger Just Works). And because it's inside the editor, ndb features like the ability to put breakpoints in a file before it is required are irrelevant. It's all at your fingertips, just put a breakpoint right where you're coding, hit F5 to attach the debugger to your devserver and step through the code.
To hide non useful
Outline section in sidebar, just open the context menu on the outline section's header and select the "Hide" action.
code-server - Run VS Code on a remote server.
sshcode - CLI to automatically install and run code-server over SSH.
Vim to Code - Comprehensive (almost) list of resources, tutorials, and inspiration for migrating to Visual Studio code from Vim.
VS Code Recipes - Collection of recipes for using VS Code with particular technologies.