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
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
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.
No trolling at all
I asked this question because the responses give our learning community insight into the tools used in the real world.
for the same reasons as Ricardo + it is multi-platform.
I use it for Ansible, Ruby and PHP (twig also)
This does not mean I give up on VI, never !