Sublime vs Atom vs VS Code
As a software enthusiast, there is nothing which I love more than new technology. I keep my eyes open for phones, laptops and editors. Yes, you got it right. A programmer spends most of his time looking at the screen and from that most of the time staring at the jumble of words known as code. I like fast, good looking and easy to use editors. According to me Sublime Text, Atom and Visual Studio Code are the best options right now. I have used all of them in real world projects and here are my reviews.
The oldest in the guild yet the fastest. You won’t be disappointed if you picked up this time tasted editor. I have used sublime the longest and I am always happy to use it. Though, I have faced few issues with linting and other extensions.
- Good Theme Support
- Git tools
This editor is my favourite currently and I use this one mostly. It is made by GitHub and has a plethora of extension that makes it really useful.
- Best Looking
- Highly Customizable
- Slower than Sublime
- No VS Code like Git visual integration
This is the youngest editor here, it is also based on the same
- Amazing Git Tool
- Debugging Support
- Bad Theme
- The current version has a bug which doesn’t match tags
I feel that all these options are amazing. It is a matter of personal taste than anything else. I find my comfort with Atom, but I do remember the speed of Sublime and amazing git tool from VS Code. Feel free to let me know if I missed something by commenting below. Thanks for reading…
Ankit Singhaniya is a Full Stack Developer. He loves to explore new technology and make things easy for everyone. He loves Rails, React, Python, Java and more open source technologies..