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Visual Studio Code! It's Microsoft showing Atom that they can copy Sublime Text better ;)

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  • 20
    Went to vscode once, and haven’t turned back at other text editor or ide (visual studio for old .net only)
  • 5
    Atom is not copy of sublime!
    I like atom, I don't know y😂
  • 8
    It's actually the reason why I switched over from Sublime Text 3 - it was so much like it and didn't require a purchased license that I just ended up switching over to it. I still ocassionally use Sublime text on my home PC, anywhere else with even the slightest chance of commercial use clause violation .... VS Code.
  • 6
    I still use sublime when I'm in hurry and edit some file. But I'll prefer code anytime for anything else.
  • 4
    I like Atom tho... (I don't use it anymore tho)
  • 2
    Why do people leave sublime 😥

    You can still use it even if you don't have a license. :3
  • 3
    @cursee I use both, but VSC feels like more of an IDE. It had an Integrated console and a whole bunch of other shit that works really well, especially with web dev. Sublime is great for smaller things but anything Node makes VSC my #1 choice.

    Plus I don't feel like I'm using something which I still need to pay for ;)
  • 1
    @AlgoRythm I think I have a strong attachment to things that helped me a lot 😬
  • 1
    Now combine vscode and the vim mode plugin for it, ooohhh booyyy that's the life
  • 1
    @devTea I still prefer VS for dotnet core too because of features like scaffloding n stuff.
  • 1
    What s your point with atom? It s a nice text editor
  • 1
    Nu-uh, atom can copy sublime text better 😠

    Aren't both now owned by microsoft?
  • 1
    I switched from PhpStorm for same reasons.
    I like PS but it's way too expensive, and also I never used about half of its stuff.
    I like VSCode now, it's lightweight, fast, and more than enough for me, especially with its rich extensions and customizable interface.
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