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In this article, I'll provide an in-depth comparison of two of the most popular text editors: Visual Studio and Sublime Text.Visual Studio (the text editor is known as Visual Studio Code so we’ll refer to that from now on) is Microsoft’s free text editor that runs on Windows, Linux, and mac OS.In reality, this is a full screen mode that allows you to edit code with no distractions.Visual Studio Code allows you to edit code in a wide variety of programming languages.
In this case, I’m editing a file called “" The middle panel is where you edit the code you have written or need to fix; you can open and edit several different files side-by-side.
Microsoft has built a feature in Visual Studio Code called Intellisense, which is an alternative to Googling the problem (or “Bing-ing” it, in Microsoft’s case).
Intelli Sense analyzes the semantics (letters) of what you are inputting, as well as the rest of the code you have created, and then provides suggestions on how to finish what you are writing.
You’ll already be familiar with a text editor if you’ve taken any Codecademy courses.
Below is the Codecademy text editor in full screen at the end of the first module of the HTML course.
The latest version of Sublime Text—Version 3—was in beta for more than four years, from January 2013 until it was released to the public in September 2017.