- Visual Studio [Any Year]
- Visual Studio Code
- Replit IDE
- Different IDE [say in comments]
nano is my favorite. It always works, and its UI components never go on vacation. Also, unlike Replit,
nano works offline. (Replit just shows an offline page, and their service worker doesn’t even cache assets, since those are all loaded from a separate domain)
I am almost positive that @Yang-Yi-Shen would say VS Code as well lol.
I use replit as its the only thing available for me. average chad IPad with keyboard case user
Replit IDE is just… I mean look at this:
I can’t with it. definitely VSCode.
I’d have to say VS Code.
Replit’s okay (and since it’s based in the cloud it is more limited than my native PC in some ways) but when you don’t have a job and are a hobbyist programmer, it’s probably just better to go with VS Code.
The fastest and most reliable “text editor” I’ve used is:
$ echo "hi" > file.txt $ cat file.txt hi
My favorite part is that there aren’t a million keyboard shortcuts to memorize. It even has a fully featured integrated terminal!
is what??? You didn’t say lol
Bash it would seem, lol.
I chose replit cause it’s cool, otherwise I’d choose vsc. vsc is cool, but I’m loyal to replit
VSCode is my favourite but only because I can install it on my PC rather than using it from my browser on my PC.
Replit sometimes underlines my code with red, when there is nothing wrong… I’ll say Notepad++ is my favorite.
I actually prefer to code in an Excel sheet.
Poor Visual Studio (although I wouldn’t ever use it lol)…
We don’t like closed source software! That’s a good thing! (the #1 entry is open source, and replit’s closed source, so it doesn’t get the #1 spot)
Visual Studio is just so slow and annoying (especially in comparison to the VSCode which is much more lightweight, and yet sacrifices little that has any value to me)… that said I have still used it in the past…
I just code straight into my github files
I use PyCharm most of the time and Wing.