The top 10 code editors for programmers in 2022. We start by exploring simple text editors like vim, then show the evolution to IDEs like Visual Studio. #programming #code #top10 🔗 Resources VS Code course 🤍fireship.io/courses/vscode-tricks Editor war 🤍en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Editor_war VS Code in 100 Seconds 🤍youtu.be/KMxo3T_MTvY vim in 100 Seconds 🤍youtu.be/-txKSRn0qeA 🔥 Get More Content - Upgrade to PRO Upgrade to Fireship PRO at 🤍fireship.io/pro Use code lORhwXd2 for 25% off your first payment. 🎨 My Editor Settings - Atom One Dark - vscode-icons - Fira Code Font 🔖 Topics Covered - How do you choose a code editor? - What is the best code editor? - vim vs emacs - VS Code vs vim - the editor wars - tools required to learn to code
8PhdfcX9tG0&t=6m40s 6:40 R.I.P. Atom
Try lapce (written in rust)
Is this a Michael Jordan anti-drug commercial?
<p><em>don't do drugs...</em>
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I thought google autocorrecting vi to emacs was just a joke 😮
I switched from VS Community to Jetbrains Rider for C# development and my happiness and productivity increased by like 100%
The fact that Google recommends emacs for "vi" searches and vi for "emacs" searches had me dying 😂
I really like JetBrains products, however, once I found out I could do glowing syntax in VSCode, I never looked back. youtube.com/results?search_query=%23jetbrainsgivemeneon #JetBrainsGiveMeNeon
Did i really laughed multiple time on a IDE video ? 🤔
8PhdfcX9tG0&t=9m00s 9:00 IntelliJ Idea is free! You have to pay for IntelliJ to have stuff you really dont need in development.
What terminal do you use
I tried VSCode with Python and worked excellent. Then I tried C/C++ and wasn't able to compile. I tried several official and unofficial guide and none worked.
I'll just keep with the old Code;Blocks which works fine for C/C++ without any special needs (only setting the minGW compiler for the first time).
you forgot about ed
Remake his outdated piece of trash video. People have been using far more advanced technologies for far longer. Your diversion means nothing to us, Fireship.
I like to use vscode with the vim plug-in; makes coding mainly keyboard based, but with lots of options with all the other extensions and whatnot as opposed to just using vim
Noone is using vi now, everyone is using vim or even neovim which has all of advantages of vi, but does support all modern features such syntax highlight, plugins, autocomplete, go to defenition, spelling, you name it.
Think about this
anybody still using netbeans or eclipse these days?