re: Is there a future for the Atom editor? VIEW POST

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I used Atom for a couple of years, but it seemed to get slower and slower--even small files were making it chug after a while. I finally gave VS Code a try, and haven't looked back.

I think Sublime Text could've still been a real contender, but their release cycle was way too slow and the add-on process wasn't user friendly at all. I think it still has better performance than the other two, but it's just not as extensible.

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