I'm using Atom (https://atom.io) because it is
- open source
- works on many platforms (Linux, Mac, Windows)
- extremely extensible
- has IDE-like features
- has autocompletion
- has git integration
- works with many programming languages
- has realtime collaboration (I can help others with their code)
I use it for Ansible, Puppet, Python, Perl, OpenShift, building RPMS.
Do you use Atom too? Why?
I use LibreOffice Writer and save everything as unicode text files.
I use Visual Studio and I'm pretty much settled with it.
I would say that the Visual Studio Code is better, because of the following features:
1. Supports extensions of many languages
2. You can edit code side by side
4. Integrated Version Control
5. Solid Debugging Support
Sublime Text is great, check it out!
But vi rocks!!
VIM for when im on a Linux system, and Sublime Text / Visual Studio Code when im on Mac or Wintendo.
I tried Atom but i cannot get used to the UI
Agree! Sublime is great. And it has a vintage mode which allow you to work with it as in vim =)
Ricardo, your post rememeber me the first big "forum troll battle" , hehehe. Obviously vi vs emacs... this is a "XXi century remake" . The same idea but with CI/CD. :D
No trolling at all :)
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