Best Code Editor For Designers & Developers

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I am sure you will agree, the best productivity tools for a coder is a Code Editor. All developers and programmers use their favorite code editor to accomplish their projects. But still there is a huge difference, everybody are different, everybody has different working speed, different productivity. In this post, we are going to see, what’s going on and best code editor for developers. So Let’s get started.

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Needless to say that, Every developers & programmer needs a code editor to perform in action and everybody has it already. Still, most of us suffering for lack of productivity. I know there is some part related to skills, knowledge, and focus. But how much is it? Is it 100 percent or less than 100.

Well, there are many things that we can develop and implement using a code editor. Also, we can boost our productivity, working speed and complete our task with pleasure in time. Without further ado, Let’s see the code editor that we are going to discuss in this article.

The Code Editor [Visual Studio Code]

Visual Studio Code (VS Code) is a complete one-stop solution for Developers & Programmers. VS Code is a cross-platform & open source code editor developed by Microsoft corporation back in 2015. Support most of the languages out there provides syntax highlights, sinnepts, built-in terminal, git, debugging console, output & errors. This Beautiful editor allows you to install themes & plugins, customize the UI, shortcuts, preferences and much more.

In the Stack Overflow 2018 Developer Survey, VS Code was ranked as the most popular development environment with around 34.9% out of over 100,000 respondents saying they use it. It is an important piece of developer toolkit for modern development. It must be new to you if you’re using your other favorite code editors. But, you start using this code editor I am sure If you’ll fall in love with it very soon. In my first time, I don’t believe this also. But When I start using this it’s just blowing my mind. It was like a surprise for me.

Python, JavaScript, C++ or PHP, it doesn’t matter what language you’re working on or what framework you’re using VS Code is a perfect edition in my opinion. Switch to Visual Studio Code is pretty simple and easy. Using a VS Code plugin, you can import your favorite text editor setting & Keymaps (Keyboard Shortcuts).

Pros

  • Open Source
  • Easy to Use
  • Sexy & Elegant Look
  • Thousands of Quality Plugins & Themes available
  • Pretty Lightweight
  • Integrated Terminal, Output, Problems & Debug Console
  • Built-In Intelligence
  • Extensible and customizable
  • An Editor for All Language
  • Cross Platform
  • Giant Community
  • Edit anything with it.
  • Future Rich Sidebar
  • Compatible with all frameworks & languages
  • Multi-Cursor Editing
  • Find & Replace on Projects, Files and much more

Cons

I almost do not find cons of this software except initial load a bit slow & it consumes lots of rams when you have many add-ons installed.

VS Code fulfills all my needs. I choose it over Sublime, Atom, Vim. Compared to Sublime Text, Atom, Vim, Brackets, I found it useful & Impressive rather than others. The massive impacts of this software help me throughout my working hours.

Here’s is an Introducing video for Visual Studio Code, make sure you check it.

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Now it’s your turn. Happy Coding! See you in the next article.

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