May 22, 2024
Riti Nema

LeetCode is a popular online platform that offers a collection of coding challenges and competitions, primarily focused on data structures and algorithms . It provides a valuable resource for individuals looking to improve their coding skills, prepare for technical interviews, or simply practice solving algorithmic problems.

1) GfG to LeetCode

An extension that helps you find the same practice questions on LeetCode when you’re working on GeeksforGeeks. It adds links to LeetCode problems on GeeksforGeeks pages. So, if you like solving problems on LeetCode, this extension makes it easy to switch from a GeeksforGeeks question to the equivalent one on LeetCode with just one click.

Link : https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/gfg-to-leetcode/dkodhhfojohfonoidpcheichdjbicnfg

2) LeetHub v2

Simplify your work by automatically connecting and uploading your LeetCode and GeeksforGeeks solutions to your GitHub repository. This way, you can keep all your code in one location, making it simple to monitor your progress and collaborate with others.

What is LeetHub v2?

LeetHub v2 is a Chrome extension that automatically sends your code to GitHub once you’ve passed all the tests on a LeetCode problem. It’s an improved and expanded version of the original LeetHub extension, now compatible with the new LeetCode user interface.

Why use LeetHub?

  1. Recruiters are interested in your contributions to the open-source community, whether it’s through personal projects, solving algorithms and data structures, or contributing to existing open-source projects. Currently, GitHub is the primary platform for developers to showcase their work. LeetHub simplifies the process of keeping track of your progress and contributions on the largest network for the engineering community, GitHub.
  2. There’s no easy way to access all your LeetCode problems in one place. Additionally, manually uploading code from LeetCode to GitHub can be time-consuming. LeetHub automates this process entirely, saving you valuable time.

Link — https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/leethub-v2/mhanfgfagplhgemhjfeolkkdidbakocm

3) LeetCode Video Solutions

This handy extension lets you easily watch LeetCode video solutions right on the problem page without having to open YouTube separately. It saves you from distractions and helps you focus on solving the problem.

With the LeetCode Video Solutions extension, you can access free video solutions for each problem directly on the problem page. No more getting sidetracked by unrelated YouTube content when you’re trying to work on a LeetCode problem.

When using this extension, you can also view important details about the solution videos, such as their duration, upload date, number of views, the channel they’re from, and more.

Link — https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/leetcode-video-solutions/ilnmgkahgjdpkoliooildngldmilhelm?hl=en

4) LeetCode Timer

Managing your time well, especially during coding interviews, is crucial. This extension helps you keep a close eye on the time you spend on each problem, making it a valuable tool for improving your practice.

LeetCode Timer and Performance Tracker

This Chrome browser extension is a must for coders who want to monitor their coding time on LeetCode.com and set time constraints for themselves. With this extension, you can:

  • Keep track of the time you spend on each LeetCode problem. The extension will automatically start a timer when you begin working on a problem and stop it when you submit your solution. This way, you can easily see how much time you’ve used for each problem.
  • Set time limits for yourself depending on the difficulty of the problems. The extension allows you to establish different time limits for easy, medium, and hard problems. This can help you concentrate on and complete problems more efficiently.

Link — https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/leetcode-timer/gfkgelnlcnomnahkfmhemgpahgmibofd?hl=en

5) LeetCode “VS Code extension”

If you like using Visual Studio Code, you’re in luck! This extension lets you solve LeetCode problems right in your favorite code editor, making your coding experience even smoother and more convenient.

Link — https://marketplace.visualstudio.com/items?itemName=LeetCode.vscode-leetcode

6) LeetCode Helper

This extension offers a bunch of helpful tools, such as code highlighting and the ability to sort problems by their acceptance rate or difficulty level. It’s a handy tool when you’re coding on leetcode.com or leetcode.cn.

With this extension, you can:

  1. Easily copy the problem description and answer in markdown format.
  2. Find videos related to the problem you’re working on.

This LeetCode question assistant works for both leetcode.com and leetcode-cn.com, making it even more versatile.

Link — https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/leetcode-helper/gleoepapfjkpcijfmchfabbnldejdnoj?hl=en

7) LeetCode Stats

This extension gives you a dashboard that displays your LeetCode submissions, showing the number of problems you’ve solved and your overall progress.

It also provides solved/total statistics for your LeetCode lists, which is something LeetCode itself doesn’t typically show. You can access these statistics for your LeetCode problem lists by using this extension.

You can find the source code for this extension here: https://github.com/nurgasemetey/leetcode-list-stats

Link — https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/leetcode-list-stats/plpmpjdanlhakphajpkakpleiomfkpmg

8) Leetcode Enhancer

This browser extension offers a clean and enhanced interface for practicing LeetCode problems. It comes with helpful features like real-time code highlighting and automatic code formatting, designed to boost your productivity.

It’s a lightweight tool that makes your LeetCode experience more efficient by removing unnecessary visual clutter from the screen. This allows you to concentrate on what’s essential. You can customize your preferences from the extension’s popup menu to tailor it to your specific needs.

Here are some of its features:

  • It works with LeetCode’s new user interface.
  • It can hide locked problems from the problem table.
  • You can choose to show or hide specific table columns.
  • It highlights problems you’ve solved.
  • It can hide the count of problem difficulties.
  • You can hide problems you’ve already solved.

With these features, you can stop feeling overwhelmed by problem difficulty and focus on solving them effectively.

Link — https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/leetcode-enhancer/gcmncppaaebldbkgkcbojghpmpjkdlmp?hl=en

9) LeetCode Timer

This Chrome browser extension is a valuable tool for coders looking to improve their LeetCode performance. It helps you keep track of the time you spend on each LeetCode problem and offers analytics to enhance your efficiency.

Here’s what this extension can do:

  1. It monitors and records the time you spend on each LeetCode problem. It automatically starts a timer when you begin working on a problem and stops it when you submit your solution. This way, you can easily see how much time you’ve devoted to each problem.
  2. You can set time limits for yourself, tailored to the difficulty of the problems. The extension lets you establish different time limits for easy, medium, and hard problems. This feature can assist you in focusing on and completing problems more efficiently.

Link — https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/leetcode-timer/gfkgelnlcnomnahkfmhemgpahgmibofd?hl=en

10) Daily-Challenge Reminder

This extension serves as a helpful reminder for users to finish the LeetCode Daily Challenge Question. It periodically sends notifications, encouraging users to stay consistent in their problem-solving practice.

To provide these reminders, the extension utilizes saved cookies in the browser to access user-specific information from LeetCode APIs. It’s important to note that for the extension to work effectively and send notifications, users must be signed in to LeetCode.

Link — https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/daily-challenge-reminder/fgpphonilhabeglmgpbabbnamimmbihf

11) CodingBuddy

Don’t ever miss a coding contest again! This tool displays live and upcoming programming contests from various well-known platforms. Here are its main features:

  • Quickly access a coding contest with just one click by selecting the contest name.
  • Easily add a contest to your Google Calendar and utilize its features.
  • Choose specific websites for contest updates.
  • Access a wide range of popular programming platforms, social platforms, and blogs with a single click.

The tool supports a variety of sites, including but not limited to:

  • Codechef
  • Codeforces
  • LeetCode
  • Hacker Earth
  • Hacker Rank
  • AtCoder
  • And many more…

Link — https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/codingbuddy/akfkjnollddcnljnlbcjjlnhdleghgam?hl=en

12) Leetcode Hide Testcase

This extension creates a simulated live interview experience by concealing failed test cases.

With this tool, when you submit a wrong answer on LeetCode, it hides the test case associated with that error. This functionality imitates the real coding interview experience where you don’t see the test cases. You can easily switch between the hidden and visible test case modes, and your preferences are synchronized across all your devices.

Link — https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/leetcode-hide-testcase/cfgbpjepoplbfjgoddjnpigedngfaenj

13) Clip LeetCode

This tool enables you to effortlessly copy LeetCode problem descriptions and code snippets to your clipboard, making your coding process more efficient.

You can use the “Copy” button to quickly copy the problem description, examples, and constraints. This allows you to seamlessly switch between your web browser and code editor, saving you time and reducing interruptions in your workflow. Additionally, you can use the “Copy Markdown” button to obtain a neatly formatted problem description in markdown format, which you can save for future reference.

Link — https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/clip-leetcode/cnghimckckgcmhbdokjielmhkmnagdcp?hl=en

14) Leetcode Difficulty Rating

This extension enhances your LeetCode experience by replacing the traditional difficulty labels on problems with more precise contest ratings. It works on both “leetcode.com” and “leetcode.cn” websites, and it keeps the familiar green/yellow/red text color scheme, so you can still see the official difficulty.

For problems that originated from the 1st to 62nd weekly contests or those without rating data, the extension displays “N/A” by default. However, you can customize this setting by adjusting it in the extension’s popup menu.

For more information and access to the source code, please visit: https://github.com/boenshao/leetcode-difficulty-rating-extension

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