Best IDE/TextEditor I've seen
December 20, 2021

Best IDE/TextEditor I've seen

ANurag Tamrakar | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User

Overall Satisfaction with Microsoft Visual Studio Code

VSCode makes it easier to write code. Whenever you make a syntax error or a typo it warns you immediately, which is really awesome! Also, it enables us to integrate debugger, lint, build, and publishing tools. It even comes with a huge set of plugins, which makes it superior! It supports almost every language, but if a language is not supported or if it's missing you can add it.
  • It helps us write code without errors.
  • It also helps us with building and testing code on the fly and deploying code locally.
  • It's better than any other paid or free IDE/Text Editor.
  • I didn't find any problem with using VSCode.
  • Yes, there were some bug in the previous release, but now those are fixed.
  • Its huge collection of plugins and supported languages.
  • Integration with our code quality & coverage and static code scanning tools.
  • Its built-in terminal, debugger, and code linting features.
  • It has significantly reduced time spent in troubleshooting syntax errors and typos.
  • We're saving cost of paid IDEs and Text Editors.

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It's open-source and has a very big community. Plugins are available for almost every language/framework to lint, build, and test code. UI/UX looks premium. Last but not least, it's free! It is well suited to us and there is not any scenario where it is not appropriate. I would recommend everyone to use it.