Discussion on: Which do you prefer vscode or Atom?

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Dominykas Bartkus

VSCode hands down.

It performs better, has extensions that actually work better in most of my cases, and it integrates way better with most languages.

I remember having to struggle with Atom for a while in bigger projects, not having my linters work. It felt slow and clunky. Also, back then it lacked a lot of the nice refactoring features that come packaged with VSCode. That was a while back, so that may have been fixed. But I'm sticking with VSCode as I've gotten so used to it.

Also, I feel like there's more of an enterprise level community surrounding VSCode that produces higher quality experience.

But that's my 2c.