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I just discovered this editor. It's kinda cool :)
Have you ranters used it? What do you have to say about it?

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  • 13
    Just discovered... Visual Studio?
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    @Pgdevpatryk used*

    Sorry, my mistake.
  • 1
    this is a reasonably competent and comfortable editor and unlike it's big papa it mostly stays out of your way. been using it for last few months.
  • 4
    Never used it. I'm happy with atom.
  • 1
    @willliam05 give it a try. I'm also an Atom lover but it is fair to give another editors a try. Maybe you'll find something interesting :)
  • 3
    I've used it for one minute and then got back to atom
  • 0
    @zombie why? You didn't like it?
  • 0
    I have used code now for a week or so and I like it. It looks like it will replace sublime in my use
  • 0
    @javierojeda I do like to try new things like text editors but right now I'm really busy with college so it'll have to wait
  • 0
    Vs code is the best editor that makes debugging node js super easy
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    @willliam05 Try it. It's very fast! I love atom but launch times were terrible for me... I do miss my material design theme though
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    I moved form Atom to it about a week ago and I'm pretty satisfied with it, I would say that it's better than Atom.
  • 0
    @Pgdevpatryk it's Code, the text editor of Microsoft, not Visual Studio
  • 0
    @Orionss well it's actually called Visual Studio Code, or Code for short
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    @HTahboub I know but that's not what I meant. He reacted like if it was an old soft but Code is recent so I precised
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    @Orionss Ahh, that makes sense, sorry
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    It almost managed to make me switch, it's like Atom, just faster and with fewer bugs.

    But for some reason it often randomly jumps through the file when I click somewhere with the mouse, so no thanks.
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    Used it, then tried Atom, then went back to Sublime
  • 0
    I love it.

    Btw, it's also made with Electron, just like Atom
  • 0
    Atom, Code, Sublime, I've tried them all but I keep going back to WebStorm
  • 0
    Installed it ended up using vs2015 even for webwork so still got it but have not been so many 100 lines on code on it
  • 1
    I was an atom guy, gave vs code a try and now I wouldn't say I'm an atom guy anymore 😋
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    It's my default editor as of a few months ago.
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    Been using atom since the beginning, been avoiding anything with Microsoft on it. Tried this out a few months ago, and never looked back.
  • 0
    VS Code is fantastic, and being actively developed which is good for every body. Great for Markdown too. Quality extensions.

    I love Sublime, and Atom is getting a lot better, especially faster.
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    @viking8 yup but unlike Atom it can actually handle large files.
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    Tried it, still waiting for a better code editor than sublime text
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    Great for JavaScript debugging, otherwise I'll use sublime or emacs
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    Just discovered a strange... Shell of visual studio?
    Ok it's not like it's made for .NET development anyways.
    Curious to know what's up with the window though
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