I’m excited to announce that you can now watch and learn with my Visual Studio Code course on Pluralsight, released this week.
Visual Studio Code is an editor. It is not Visual Studio and it is not intended to be. Code sits side by side in your tool belt. There is a huge difference and different purpose for an editor vs an IDE (Integrated Development Environment). Editors are lightweight, fast, efficient and tend to be very keyboard centric. They target the vast majority of your daily developer workflow. IDE’s tend to have a lot of wizards, panels, buttons, connections to other services and tools, and be a staple of the “integrated” developer workflow. Both are great and both have a co-existent purpose.
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