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Vim is an open source configurable text editor.
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Visual Studio Code is nice from a development standpoint in that it offers many of the features of Sublime Text with the addition of an integrated terminal. Brackets likewise offers some of the benefits of Sublime Text with some added HTML specific tools. Both of these …
Even if Vim is a must use for every programmer, [especially] if you work with server files via ssh or similar, for daily use its learning curve is big and difficult. Instead, sublime requires almost no knowledge to start using it and, in a local instance, their performance is …
Sublime text stacks up very well against other text editors as it is lightweight, is very well established and has a large user base, and has a number of plugins that allow for customization. Depending on the language being used, there may be an editor that is more suited for …
It is hard to compare Vim to many other packages in the developer's stack of tools. It mainly does one thing, edit text, and does it better than anything else. For instance, you can't really compare it to Visual Studio Code because VS actually has a Vim plug-in so you can …
Vim is a text editor that strives for simplicity. It does that well, but when you need something at the next level, take a look at the above two. Visual Studio Code is a fantastic, free code editor that makes most of my workflow easy.