A few days ago I posted an entry that explained how to create and use snippets in Visual Studio Code. As mentioned in that article I’m attempting to make the transition to VSCode for all my PowerShell work. Being able to use snippets is just one feature that I rely on. And as a number of people pointed out, there are VSCode extensions that will make this easy to do. Install the Easy Snippet Maker extension and you’ll get a context menu to turn any selected text into a snippet.
Follow the prompts and if creating a PowerShell snippet it will be added to the PowerShell.json file I showed previously. But there’s more you can do with snippets, even after you’ve created them. This is fun.