What does Cred Forums think of vs code?

David Gomez
David Gomez

what does Cred Forums think of vs code?

Other urls found in this thread:

github.com/Microsoft/vscode/issues/16131
vimawesome.com/?q=autocomplete
company-mode.github.io/

Leo Jenkins
Leo Jenkins

pretty comfy, the terminal works unlike in Emacs

Adam Ross
Adam Ross

I like it

Julian Thomas
Julian Thomas

electron

Michael Richardson
Michael Richardson

electron
microsoft
Into the trash it goes

Matthew Jenkins
Matthew Jenkins

Spyware.
github.com/Microsoft/vscode/issues/16131

Kevin Hernandez
Kevin Hernandez

D - barely adequate.
Could be A - quite great if it weren't for electron.

Luke Hughes
Luke Hughes

Just comfy botnet

Josiah Sullivan
Josiah Sullivan

What are some good alternatives that you Cred Forumsuys recommend for web development?

Caleb Bennett
Caleb Bennett

stop developing for the web and do something with your life

Christopher Gonzalez
Christopher Gonzalez

Adobe botnet or GitHub botnet

Matthew Murphy
Matthew Murphy

emacs

John Kelly
John Kelly

FUD. Some stupid third party extension is making calls to MS servers. The code is open source and they even talked about the specific code that disables telemetry.

Mason Johnson
Mason Johnson

100% cpu cursor blink

maybe 150% with the current mitigations

Camden Edwards
Camden Edwards

I tried examining with 0 (ZERO) extensions enabled and yet it tried to connect vortex.something something .com. Read full thread and stop being a blind microsoft apologist.

Isaac Reed
Isaac Reed

Sublime

Mason Rogers
Mason Rogers

it's pretty good
fast, extensions are good, built-in terminal and good features overall imo

Colton Foster
Colton Foster

Works for me. Surprisingly responsive for its CPU and memory usage, too --- past a certain project size some Java IDEs feel like using a remote desktop over a bad connection.

The Language Server Protocol is an interesting project.

Alexander Ramirez
Alexander Ramirez

Do some research before you shitpost moron

Alexander Lewis
Alexander Lewis

M-x term

Checkmate, soyboy

Wyatt Cook
Wyatt Cook

gayest fucking ide ever.

Daniel Phillips
Daniel Phillips

Good for web development
Bad for anything else.

Sebastian Hill
Sebastian Hill

it is pretty nice honestly, I really like the intellisense with C and the themes. Built in terminal too. pretty much as comfy as you can get. too lazy to set up the launch confgurations so I just use a custom bash script to compile

Jacob Cooper
Jacob Cooper

It does what it's supposed to do well
Why should I care how it does it?

Matthew Cooper
Matthew Cooper

electron
doing anything well besides eating cpu and memory

Justin Jackson
Justin Jackson

javascript
to do well

LEL

John Morales
John Morales

Seems to mainly be for people who can't into vim. It's not really good at this point.

Jetbrains' IDE are honestly much better if you want IDE. And Vim is the better editor.

Xavier Sanchez
Xavier Sanchez

You are gay, soyboy. Emacs for true man

Camden Ward
Camden Ward

some Java IDEs
That begs the question why you were using these.

IDEA and other IDE that can handle huge projects have been along for a long ass time, and really, they're pretty obviously better for Java and JVM languages than VS Code is.

Andrew Martinez
Andrew Martinez

I keep hearing about intellij idea bla bla

What are some reasons it's better than vs code?

Evan Collins
Evan Collins

The legit version (Visual Studio) is hands down the best IDE and industry standard. I am not a freetard but I would imagine VS Code is quite good.

Grayson Lee
Grayson Lee

does vim have something like intellisense?

Jace Taylor
Jace Taylor

Vim is for idiots that like riding a bike in a Formula 1 race and claiming superiority.

Angel Bailey
Angel Bailey

Enjoy your botnet

Lincoln Long
Lincoln Long

Sublime text > shit > electron based IDEs

Kayden Thompson
Kayden Thompson

vimawesome.com/?q=autocomplete

Anthony Green
Anthony Green

World is a botnet, user.
Go to moon.

Dominic Ortiz
Dominic Ortiz

company-mode.github.io/

Matthew Fisher
Matthew Fisher

What are some reasons it's better than vs code?
Everything is just better. All the possible configuration, capabilities, performance, code analysis abilities "Intellisense" and otherwise, better integration with tools from the JVM ecosystem (you know, anything up to sbt, gradle and maven as well as J2EE and stuff on the paid versions).

But again, why the hell wouldn't you have tried this if you had problems with whatever crappy IDE you used before? It's surely one if not the most suggested IDE by far - impossible to miss, really. [Not that you should have had problems with most other recommendations either, large Java projects are common and so is IDE support for them].
It almost sounds like you went from trying to use VS with Java straight to VS Code.

For certain languages as plugin, yes, but you generally want an IDE if you want such functions.

Again, better editor, not better IDE. But better IDE are also elsewhere than VS code for most languages.

Cameron Sullivan
Cameron Sullivan

It almost sounds like you went from trying to use VS with Java straight to VS Code.
here

That was my first comment my this thread lol. but I appreciate the insight. I'm actually using sublime right now.

Brayden Hernandez
Brayden Hernandez

2018
using a proprietary text editor

Bike
cheap, uses no fuel, has little to no carbon footprint, so easy to use that even small children can learn, can be fixed by anyone with basic tools, practical, serves its purpose of getting someone from point A to B
Formula 1 car
expensive, wasteful, dangerous, requires many years of training to drive, needs regular maintenance by an entire pit crew just to go a few laps around a track, no purpose whatsoever other than bragging about how you fast you went

I'll take the bike thanks

Michael King
Michael King

The objective is to get from point a to b as fast a possible. The tool you use is a piece of shit for debugging, speed and everything else. That is fine if you want to be a retard and get nothing done, but do not claim text editors are superior over IDEs.

Luis Rivera
Luis Rivera

works
nope

Matthew Myers
Matthew Myers

eshell is GOAT, better than any terminal emulator abortion
inb4 someone cries their shitty ncurses garbage doesn't work

Blake Rogers
Blake Rogers

In your car race, point A and B are the same. IDEs are great if you want to go around and around in circles implementing the same three features that the developers optimized for over and over again. For everyone else, IDE is just a buzzword for a bloated to fuck text editor. Stop falling for marketing memes, stop falling for monolithic themepark-style products that try to impress you by being all style and no substance.

Logan Reyes
Logan Reyes

i am so triggered by that logo. is it a shadow? is it a door? regardless the corners don't match

David Torres
David Torres

Can legit handle big text files better than vim or emacs or most other FOSS editor.

Benjamin Cox
Benjamin Cox

your mom handled my big text file last night if you know what i mean

Caleb Smith
Caleb Smith

works
It does.

Grayson Kelly
Grayson Kelly

Its one of the better botnets

Elijah Gomez
Elijah Gomez

why arent you using a catgirl editor?

Nolan Parker
Nolan Parker

because having a hard dick is distracting

Dominic Ward
Dominic Ward

You mean this part?

Owen Perez
Owen Perez

I mostly use either Vim or VS Code.

Jaxon Thomas
Jaxon Thomas

I like it, arguably the best piece of software Microsoft has made for a long time. nice and comfy with sublime keymaps, I actually ditched sublime for vscode

Josiah Long
Josiah Long

yes

Brody Williams
Brody Williams

t. never used emacs because IQ too low

William Lee
William Lee

/thread

Charles Baker
Charles Baker

a whole chrome instance for a "web app"
it's supposed to do well
Java approach looks awesome compared to it

Leo Edwards
Leo Edwards

In increasing level of complexity:

Vim
Kate
Sublime
Webstorm

First 2 are FOSS. I use Kate 90% of the time since I'm too lazy to learn Vim right.

Connor Thompson
Connor Thompson

Best possible thing out of shittiest technology.

Lucas Morgan
Lucas Morgan

You mean autocomplete, you fucking retard? Get Microsoft's cock out of your mouth for 5 seconds so you can speak without using their marketing terms.

Lucas Parker
Lucas Parker

Read the full thread yourself. It checks for updates. If you don't like it, you can disable that too, which you didn't do.

Blake Martin
Blake Martin

I love it. I use it with gdb to code c++ apps under Linux. Git rebase conflicts are so easy to resolve...

Jackson Jones
Jackson Jones

Not sure if blind or troll...

Further in the thread its confirmed even with updates disabled it's still sending info to their server.

Ryder Edwards
Ryder Edwards

Notepad, what more do you need?
Honestly, I use bluefish. It looks like it was made in 1998 but it's actually pretty feature rich. If your doing a bunch of design work Brackets is good

Henry Hill
Henry Hill

bump

Parker Barnes
Parker Barnes

Soyboys use vscode and vim. Stick with Emacs

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