Overall Satisfaction with Sublime Text
This is being used by nearly all the people in my organization. It is mainly so since it has features for nearly all programming languages and supports plugins for the same. It is addressing the problem of writing efficient code fast by helping us with autocomplete, simultaneous output, color-coded codes, and other features.
- It is very light and boots up instantaneously.
- It has tons of plugins that will help you to customize sublime entirely according to your needs and thereby is not bloated
- Package control is really easy to work with and most plugins can be installed in 2 just clicks.
- Free version has nearly all the features of the paid version.
- Its User Interface is simple and makes it easy to located many features.
- It gives you a ton of control over your ide setting through User-settings where you can customize almost everything.
- The free version keeps bugging to buy and gets irritating(on the contrary buying it is worth it in my opinion)
- Git integration is clumsy and sometimes glitchy and has room for improvement.
- Package Control allows everyone in our organization to use sublime however they want.
- It's lightness is very much preferred throughout our organization.
- It has helped us write faster and much efficient code, thereby increasing our output.
Sublime is more customizable and one can easily modify a lot of its features. On the contrary Visual Studio only has limited customizability features. Sublime text is also very light and not bloated as opposed to Visual Studio IDE. We also chose sublime because it has much better support for the majority of languages(especially Python) and I primarily work with python.
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