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thedarkone
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Tried both vscode and atom. However, keep coming back to Sublime Text, now only if they provided completion as good as IntelliJ, they would beat everyone

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  • 1
    tried netbeans as well and fallen back to sublime
  • 0
    What is it Sublime Text has that you can't do with VSCode or, is it just simply personal preference?
  • 2
    I love sublime text and I use it as much as I can but their C# support is basically non-existent compared to that if Code. It makes me sad.
  • 4
    Sublime is fast as FUCK
  • 2
    It opens within a second, while others take a minute
  • 1
    @Vip3rDev 3 things
    1) Always found Sublime more extensible with their plugins
    2) Text search is better in Sublime
    3) Speed is unbeatable, because it's a text editor instead of trying to be a full blown IDE

    Mostly personal preference too
  • 0
    And by default you've just mentioned the best - Intellij.
  • 0
    @kortnevdmitriy for java definitely yes.
    For js, not really for me
  • 1
    @thedarkone WebStorm is certainly what I use.
  • 0
    @kortnevdmitriy ya I liked it, but the pricing was definitely a put off, in indian salary, it's a lot
  • 1
    Because I can’t buy sublime I usually use a composite of IntelliJ for java projects, PHPStorm for large web design projects and VSCode for smaller website stuff (like if I need to quickly modify one small file) and as a general notepad since its load time is really fast on my laptop. Atom I used to like but then started noticing the load times were exponentially higher than anything else I used and it was pretty resource heavy compared to its counterparts.
  • 0
    @nikmanG You can't buy Sublime Text, but use PHPStorm? I think you have to explain that...
  • 0
    @F9lke PHPStorm is free for students, sublime isn’t.
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