IDE: Visual Studio code
To read more information about reasons to use VS Code visit the following link: https://insights.dice.com/2017/05/26/5-reasons-use-visual-studio-code/
This is beyond a doubt the most useful feature. There’s a comprehensive list of extensions available for VS Code in the online marketplace.
Installing extensions is as easy as clicking one button. You can manage them easily, including updating and disabling. It’s all very slick and works flawlessly, and the website shows how you can create your own extensions and publish them to the marketplace.
- Atom icons (simple uncolored icons).
- Live Server (Launch a local development server with live reload feature for static & dynamic pages).
- Shades of Purple (A professional theme with hand-picked & bold shades of purple for your VS Code editor and terminal).
- Markdown translate (to preview md files like a README).
If you’re already familiar with debugging in Visual Studio, then you’ll be at home in this context: Set breakpoints with expression conditions and hit counts, Step in, Step Over, and so on.
What is Hyper?
A terminal built on web technologies. The goal of the project is to create a beautiful and extensible experience for command-line interface users, built on open web standards. Focus will be primarily around speed and stability
Copy, paste, backup code notepad: Sublime text
Sublime opens in less than a second, it feels nearly instant.
“If I’m popping in and out of files on a regular basis, I don’t want to sit and wait for multiple seconds while a clunky editor loads.”
Read more about why choosing Sublime is a good option for Nick: https://nickjanetakis.com/blog/why-sublime-text-3-is-still-my-preferred-code-editor
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