The code editor for building websites - easy move from Sublime Text
April 08, 2021

The code editor for building websites - easy move from Sublime Text

John Crumpton | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User

Overall Satisfaction with Microsoft Visual Studio Code

We use [Microsoft] Visual Studio Code when building or updating websites for clients. I can edit websites pulled from GitHub.

We changed from Sublime Text about three years ago. We used Sublime Text for nearly a eight years.

[Microsoft] Visual Studio Code is very similar to Sublime Text and the next generation of developers are using this over Sublime.

  • Compare two files
  • Autocomplete
  • Code highlighting
  • Could load a little bit quicker
  • Code highlighting
  • Comparing two files
We moved from Sublime Text. Microsoft Visual Studio Code has similar features, such as a mini view of the document along the right side.

Microsoft Visual Studio Code is also freeware. Sublime Text is $80 per seat, so when you add team members the costs increase.

We also used Notepad++

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[Microsoft] Visual Studio Code is an excellent code editor, helping me to be a better coder through it auto closing feature.