10 Best Sublime Text Alternatives in 2019
Top 8 Sublime Text Alternatives You Can Use in 2019
Visual Studio Code supports a number of programming languages, including, but not limited to C, C#, C++, HTML, JSON, Objective-C, Objective-C++, PHP and more. Like Sublime Text, VS Code also supports a wide array of plugins, which enhance the functionality of the editor and add language support. The extension management is built-in, and a few important ones are part of the...
The Rise of Microsoft Visual Studio Code
The first thing that jumps out from this graph is the prominence of Visual Studio Code. With 17% of the pie, VS Code was the editor used by the plurality of Triplebyte candidates last year. This was a surprise to me for two reasons. First, VS Code is a relatively new product from Microsoft, and, second, last year it didn't even appear on our charts—its share was small enough...
Exploring Ruby IDE Options - DEV Community 👩💻👨💻
Careful, this is how it starts ;-) I was a very heavy Emacs user for a long time using it for mail, as a Twitter client etc. At one point I started using VS Code on the side for JS, but made the full switch sometime last year. There are some things I miss (org-mode 😭), but the monthly VS Code releases do bridge the gap fast and overall it's a great editor for web developers.
Ruby IDE: The 9 Best IDEs for Ruby on Rails Development
Visual Studio code is another solid IDE for programming and many Rubyists are using mvsc for Ruby development. All you need is to install the extension vscode-ruby that provides full Ruby language and debugging support.