VS Code

VS Code

Microsoft Visual Studio Code lets you build and debug apps
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Md shaun Sarker
Acronbox
12 reviews
Good
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Marc Mengler
Let's shift-left end-to-end user testing
15 reviews
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the go-to IDE
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Abhishek maurya
@abhishek_maurya20
1 review
It's Osm for beginners who just trying to learn coding
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Dong Li
Dong Li
Founding Member & Head of Marketing
5 reviews
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Lightweight is the key.
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Yaw K
Yaw K

Indie maker

5 reviews
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Because of the extensibility by allowing users to install additional plugins. You can also add / change themes, customize settings according to your programming taste and many more.
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Alperen Yılmaz

Engineering

3 reviews
Amazing !!
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This aims to provide just the tools a developer needs for a quick code-build-debug cycle and leaves more complex workflows to fuller featured IDEs, such as Visual Studio IDE.
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derangedC0mpound

Community & Support

3 reviews
I have enjoyed using it the most!
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Jenny Yu
Jenny Yu
Data Saas Marketer
2 reviews
I am actually not a coding person, but I did code for a while. I love VS code for its simple user and aesthetically appealing user interface. Also, it can be well integrated with Jupyter notebook to run DS codes, which are important for me because I mostly write codes for DS. My boyfriend, a prospect software engineer, also enjoys writing codes with VS code.
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Its a new platform to explore for especially newbies and seniors. Simplifies the work
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