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Discussion on: PyCharm/ WebStorm vs VIsual Studio Code

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Humza K.

Depends on how much of a power user you are. If you are doing just regular development on a day to day basis then Visual Studio Code works just fine.

However, if you believe some JetBrains features such as their collaboration tools and certain UIs which automate a bunch of things for you can allow you to be more productive, then the paid version might be worth it.

I personally have a license for all JetBrains IDEs and use them extensively on a daily basis, couldn't be more happier.

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Bret Author

Is there a feature where you hover over a section/class that it shows what it actually looks like?