Supported websites: Github (also Gist), Gitlab,
Extension for browser, which displays vscode-icons in Github (including Gist), Gitlab and Bitbucket repositories. It also displays
vscode-icons in user's Pastebin list and in Sourceforge projects.
If you're familiar with beautiful extension for vscode called
vscode-icons, then you know that you need also one for Web. Brain will recognize different icons much faster and when you're spending several hours per day on websites like github, gitlab or bitbucket, this extension is for you.
If you look at github repository with displayed
vscode-icons, you'll get instant overview of used technologies by their specific icons (look at screenshots below).
Go to changelog to see latest changes
To stay updated with
vscode-icons, you need to extract compiled
vscode-icons everytime when it updates.
After that, you need run script called
npm run preprocess, which will generate definition chunks (categorized icons) from
icons.json for easier and faster work with them.