10. Language Support"I want an editor that supports every language I use so that I can focus on the code and not the editor." Visual Studio Code knocks this story out of the park. The editor's syntax coloring and bracket matching is excellent. IntelliSense linting and refactoring aren't complete but you can see where it is headed.
Microsoft recently released a new editor for developing applications called Visual Studio Code. It is a lightweight, cross-platform, free editor that supports just about every modern programming language. At the time of this article ii was still just a preview build. It is not going to replace Visual Studio but if you prefer something with a small footprint and are working with Node.js or ASP.NET 5, you might like it. It only has full support for building Node.js and ASP.NET 5 applications. It edits other files well but not completely. Here are the top 10 stories of Visual Studio Code.
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