So you just thought out a new project or you want to start coding, after you have chosen your preferred choice of language and frameworks, the next question is what text editors do you use to write out your codes?
Visual Studio Code is arguable the best free text editor out there, here are a few points to support my argument
autocomplete: have you ever had to rewrite the same code over and over again? (You should probably copy and paste) but with VS Code, you get suggestions on auto fill properties be it values or functions, as long as they are in the scope of the file, you are good to go
indenting: ive used quite a number of text editors and i have to say VS Code has the best auto indentation system. You dont have to worry about formatting your codes to make them clearer, just save your file and VS Code does all the magic for you
debugger: whilst most ides have good debuggers, VS Code's debugger is the easier to understand and work with
there are so much more add benefits of using VS Code like extensions, language adaptation etc, a very long list.
You can get started with VS Code in the link below