Visual Studio Code Reviews

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Faster then atom.
Fresher then notepad++.
Freer then sublime text.

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It is actually NOT open source. Its base is open source, you have to compile it yourself since the binary you can download on the official page was actually MODIFIED and under a proprietary license! It's like the relationship between Chrome and Chromium, except that Google NEVER even tried to call the Chrome "open source", but Microsoft indeed does.

The name for the open source application is actually called "Code - OSS Dev".

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It's just a fork of Atom, but one with countless important defaults like the well-configured minimap that make it far more accessible out of the box.

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Great code editor. Don't forget to link it with VSTS for unlimited free private git repositories!

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Perfect integration with multiple languages, fast enough and well planned development.

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You can do code everything here. Everyday new extensions pops out and you can feel free to ask new features. I am using it for a long time. Was always checking alternatives but the vs code always is the winner.

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Very clean interface and packed with features you won't find in notepad++.

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First Choice Code Editor

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I code PHP, HTML, JS, CSS, for me visual studio code replacing Atom, Bracket, Sublime Text. The extension are cool, many choices for day to day work.

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Best for JavaScript development, especially if you use TypeScript and Angular!

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Fast and intuitively simple code editor with lots of handy tools out-of-the-box. I've been using VS Code since late 2015 and this is a really great experience. its first beta VS Code goes through a steady development where new features appear every month. Some improvements are also made based on public feedback and you can contribute to the project as well. The only thing that stops me from giving it my own "the best code editor" award is the lack of a more advanced git conflicts resolver (similar to that in JetBrains products).

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I've been using Visual Studio for like 15+ years, recently started to work with more modern JS frameworks and .net Core and really starting to like VS Code. Love the integrated terminal and the simple yet powerful UI.

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Polyvalent code editor linkable to interpreter (R, LaTeX,...)

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Great interface. Loving it

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the interface is really clean but it's a resource hog and takes really long to load. i recommend notepad++ instead.

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