Azure Data Studio Code Snippets

Rich Brenner shows us how we can create code snippets in Azure Data Studio:

A great thing about these snippets is that you can add your own and they can be exactly how you want them.

To get started with this open the Command Pallet with Ctrl+Shift+P and type in ‘snippets’.

Scroll down and find the SQL option. Open it and it will bring you to the SQL.json file in which we’ll be storing our SQL Snippets.

I had to migrate a bunch of SSMS snippets to Azure Data Studio and was not that happy with the experience, especially for some of the more complicated snippets.

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