Which editor/IDE do you use for software development?

in #hive-1200198 days ago

Which editor/IDE do you use for software development?


The million dollar question.


  • Vim

  • Emacs

  • Jetbrains products (Pycharm, Goland, etc.)

  • Visual Studio Code

  • Sublime Text

  • Eclipse

  • Other

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None

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I'm not a dev.

I am trying to get into VSC, but I am still stuck with notepad++.

VSC is very popular lately.

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Which of them?

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Although I still use Sublime Text for non-development text editing and I typically start my single file scripts in Sublime Text and move them to Code when I get serious about them.

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idea

There are many good IDEs with their pros and cons.
For enterprise applications Visual Studio is - for me - by far the best choice. For small apps or web development I choose Visual Studio Code.

Emacs was for me the worst. Over complicated and somehow nothing worked out of the box.

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Multiplatform, simple, extension support. FREE.

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Visual Studio and devc++ for c ++ development

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  • Jetbrains products (Pycharm, Goland, etc.)

They're amazing.