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What's your current code editor/IDE setup?

Coding without a code editor or IDE is unimaginable unless you use notepad. So, what's you current editor/IDE setup, you can share your editor/IDE, current theme, current font, some extensions you use and literally anything you want to share about your workflow.

I'm gonna share my setup here 😀

  • Editor: VS Code
  • Terminal: Windows Terminal and Hyper with PowerShell 7
  • Theme: Night Owl
  • Font: Ubuntu Mono
  • Icon Theme: Material Icon Theme
  • Some extensions I really like: GitHub Copilot, WakaTime, ESLint and Choose a License.

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Josh Corbett • Edited on
  • Editor: VS Code
  • Terminal: iTerm with Fig and zshrc
  • Theme: Vitesse Dark
  • Font: Cascadia Code
  • Icon Theme: File Icons (colorless)
  • Some extensions I really like: Auto Close Tag, Auto Rename Tag, Better Comments, error lens, github copilot, gitlense, path intellisense, vite, volar.

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DEEP NARAYAN • Edited on

Here's mine:

Editor: VS Code
Terminal: Default Windows Terminal
Theme: Kimble Dark
Font: Cascadia Code
Icon Theme: File Icons
Some extensions: GlassIt-VSC, Auto Close Tag, Better C++ Syntax, Color Highlight, Prettier

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ashish Author

I just love your vs code setup, will definitely try out the theme :)

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Thomas Bnt

Oooh cool theme!

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Tobias Bruns

Nice Theme! Which bracket extension did you use (the one that displays the green line)?

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Josh Corbett

VS Code has built-in bracket colorization and highlighting :)

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Tobias Bruns

found it. thank you!

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Rodrigo Ahumada • Edited on

Big fan of Neovim here!

  • Editor: Neovim + LSP + extras!
  • Terminal: iTerm + zsh + exa
  • Theme: gruvbox
  • Font: Nerd Fonts

neovim

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Devang Hingu

wow amazing.... where did you get guide to setup like this???

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Rodrigo Ahumada

I don't have a guide but I'm creating a post to share this setup.

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Bruce Thomas

my VIM is identical to yours, but my OS is Manjaro (Linux) with i3 tiling window manager and the terminal is ST (suckless terminal)

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miniscruff

This was my setup until a few weeks ago when I swapped themes and fonts. Well my terminal is different as I am on ubuntu but pretty close.

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Sajjat Hossain • Edited on
  • Editor: NeoVim
  • Terminal: Kitty terminal
  • Theme: NightFly
  • Font: Fira Code
  • Some extensions: Treesitter, Telescope, Whichkey, COC etc. img
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grant horwood

i'm going to be that "vim guy" and that "the os is the ide guy" and say:

  • vim
  • alacritty
  • gruvbox
  • sed and jq
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ashish Author

"os is the ide guy" so true 😂, I occasionally use lunar vim sometimes and I have tried gruvbox on vscode, it was my color theme for around 1 month, one of the coolest themes ♥

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Jeremy Friesen • Edited on
  • Editor: Emacs
  • Terminal: iTerm2 with oh-my-zsh
  • Theme: Modus
  • Font: Hack Nerd Font
  • Icon Theme: All the Icons
  • Some extensions I really like:
    • Magit: A robust versatile git UI
    • OrgRoam: A Zettelkasten-esque tool for personal knowledge management
    • Elfeed: RSS manager
    • EditWithEmacs: A Hammerspoon package to allow editing other application’s text areas in Emacs
    • Ox-Hugo: For exporting to my personal blog
    • Grab Links: For grabbing browser links and adding them to my editor buffer as links (either org-mode format or markdown)

My Emacs config (and somewhat extensive documentation) is up at [[github.com/jeremyf/dotemacs][githu...]

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Pedro Correa

Man, magit is a life saver, is such a nice and robust way to use git

Just a question, have you used emacs for nodejs development?
I'm trying to convert to emacs 100% but I find difficult to exit vscode "bubble" for nodejs

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Jeremy Friesen

I haven't done nodens development. But there is eglot and lsp-mode as well as dap support, so I'd imagine it's somewhat smooth.

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Patrick B • Edited on
  • os: Pop!_OS or Ubuntu
  • terminal: Tilix
  • shell: oh-my-zsh
  • editor: NeoVim + SpaceVim
  • theme: molokai, badwolf, or jellybeans
  • font: NerdFont mono 13

Feel free to grab my Spacevim.d configuration, if you like it.

my spacevim

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ashish Author

might try out the theme, looks great

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Patrick B

I like the nanotech/jellybeans theme a lot, too.

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tq-bit • Edited on
  • Editor: VSCode
  • Terminal: ZSH + Oh my ZSH + a few plugins
  • Theme: New Moon VSCode theme
  • Font: Fira Sans + Font Ligatures
  • Icon theme: Material Theme Icons (darker)
  • My favorite extensions: Git Graph, IntelliCode, TodoTree.

Github Copilot is pretty cool as well. Also, Tailwind Intellisense + prettier-plugin-tailwindcss prevent a lot of hassle (the latter is not a VSCode extension tho).

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Michael Andreuzza • Edited on
  • Editor: VS Code
  • Terminal: VS Code Terminal
  • Theme: Serendipity ( My own )
  • Font: IBM Plex Mono
  • Icon Theme: Serendipity's icons theme. ( My own )
  • Some extensions I really like: Auto Close Tag, Auto Rename Tag,gitlense, path intellisense, Headinwind
  • Prefferences: Sidebar to right, wide terminal from tide to side.

You can grab the theme at serendipitytheme.com/, it has been ported to other platforms aswell.
VS Code Marketplace 15K installs:

Have a good day!



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ashish Author • Edited on

tried the theme, the color scheme is well chosen and actually resembles catppuccin a lot, the only thing that's an issue for me is that some colors are high contrast and I personally prefer softer colors which don't strain the eyes much, overall the theme looks good ❤

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Michael Andreuzza

Catpuccin?

The color scheme comes from the first version I made marketplace.visualstudio.com/items... but curated.

What theme have you tried? If you have tried the Midnight, yeah they are high contrast because it has been asked from the users, I don't use it personally, I use Sunset V2.

Is just for them :-)

In fact, V1 is only published because they were asking for it to come back :-)

Thank you for the Feddback Ashish, really appreciate

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ashish Author

Yes I tried midnight from v2 as I like darker background 😅

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Michael Andreuzza

That explains it,try Sunset. Try Sunset, the text you snot as harsh.

Is my go to.

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ashish Author

the theme looks great, will surely give the darker one a try ❤

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Michael Andreuzza

Nice!!

Feel free to drop some feedback !

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ashish Author

sure!

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marcusdiedrich • Edited on
  • As a beginner dev I've been trying to stick to using Vim in iTerm with ZSH as much as possible, however theres some things that I need a full gui IDE for and not just a text editor
  • I'm aware that Vim can be used as a full code editor but out of the box it's a more simple version and I haven't learned to configure it to it's full potential quite yet
  • When it comes to IDEs I have tried Atom, Sublime, and VS Code. Of the three VS Code in my opinion is the most intuitive and feature packed. not to mention probably the most popular IDE of all.
  • any tips for making the full switch to vim from vs code?
  • also hulk theme in zsh is my favorite iterm2colorschemes.com/
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ashish Author

there are a lot of sites where you can learn more about vim, I haven't configured mine as I rarely use it, but I use LunarVim which already comes with some cool features, and ben awad made a video which you might want to see:
youtube.com/watch?v=gnupOrSEikQ

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Patrick B

Hi marcusdiedrich,

You might have a look at SpaceVim, which provides a nicely customized set of Vim plugins to be a full-featured IDE. I've used Vim as my primary editor for 20-some years, and switched to NeoVim + SpaceVim about a year and a half ago, and I really enjoy using it. You don't have to use SpaceVim with NeoVim, but I've found they're a very good combination. I've customized my SpaceVim configuration to look just how I like it. I'd be curious to know if you try it and how you like it.

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marcusdiedrich

yo man! I've been using your recommendation SpaceVim and wow have I got to say I am super impressed!! This is definitely the best setup for vim especially when it comes to things like customization, syntax highlighting, and having a file tree or plugin manager all within vim and easy to setup. Honestly now that I've got it all configured I doubt I'll even consider switching to anything else. so thank you for the tip. 🔥

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Patrick B • Edited on

Awesome! Really glad you found it useful. I occasionally still use Vim in other configurations, but generally only if I just need a text editor for a quick task. Once I got used to SpaceVim, I haven't really looked back. Especially as I'm often working via an SSH session and latency just isn't an issue as it can be with some other IDEs.

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marcusdiedrich

looks great! going to take your advice and setup a similar config with Neovim/Spacevim. thanks for the tip ill let you know how it goes.

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Malcak • Edited on
  • Editor: VS Code
  • Theme: Material theme darker high contrast
  • Font: Cascadia Code
  • Icon Theme: Gruvbox Material Icon Theme
  • Some extensions I really like: GitLens, Error lens, indent-rainbow, Mintlify, MySQL, Thunder Client.
  • Terminal: Windows Terminal with PowerShell 7, WSL2 (Ubuntu) with zsh and oh-my-zsh
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Neev
  • Editor: VS Code
  • Terminal: Hyper with Fig
  • Theme: Ayu Dark/Tokyo Night
  • Font: Fira Code
  • Icon Theme: Ayu
  • Some extensions I really like: Turbo Console Log, Github Copilot editor my terminal cus why not lol terminal
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ashish Author

what prompt are you using for hyper, that looks so good 👀

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Neev

Im using pure prompt, thanks!

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ashish Author

thanks!

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Prosper Ugbovo
  • Editor: VS Code
  • Terminal: Kitty terminal
  • Theme: Community Material Theme Palenight
  • Font: Consolas, 'Courier New', monospace
  • Icon Theme: File Icons

'my theme'

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Maneth

Can I install kitty terminal on windows?

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Prosper Ugbovo

Yes. Via wsl

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Ingo Steinke • Edited on

I like this discussion! It might seem trivial, but it made me check and appreciate the various beautiful fonts that I use besides web font and graphic typography! I also appreciate many of the other recommendations in the post and comments, including Sarah Drasner's Night Owl Theme which I used regularly when VS Code (or rather Codium) was my default code editor. Currently I prefer PhpStorm as a good IDE for fullstack frontend and backend coding.

Here is a screenshot collage of PhpStorm with my three favourite themes (I prefer to switch light and dark themes depending on the surrounding light), Sakura terminal, and the Ubuntu Budgie launcher which brings some MacBook look and feel to Ubuntu Linux:

screenshot collage with IDE, shell, and launcher icons

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ashish Author

glad that you liked the discussion, I was able to find out about a lot of new themes, extensions, fonts, and even editors from this whole discussion, so it was definitely a good idea asking the question :)

I love your aesthetic setup, the color scheme, fonts, even the ide and terminal they're complementing each other well ❤

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dikamilo • Edited on
  • Editor: WebStorm
  • Terminal: iTerm2
  • Theme: Visual Studio Dark 2019 (WebStorm), Atom (iTerm2)
  • Font: JetBrains Mono
  • Icon Theme: Atom Material Icons
  • Some extensions I really like: CodeGlance, Conventional Commit, GitToolBox, Import Cost, Rainbow Brackets, String Manipulation

WebStorm

iTerm2

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andrei • Edited on
  • Editor : Sublime Text
  • Terminal: Terminal.App on Mac OS with zsh
  • Editor Theme: Aura Theme
  • Terminal Theme: Aura Custom
  • Editor Font: Menlo
  • Terminal Font: Hack
  • Extension : LSP Typescript, Import Helper, Prettier

I've used VS Code a lot previously with a custom Rose Pine theme and quite a few extensions but when I work on multiple windows it slows down a lot, especially with TS. Sublime is such a nicer and smoother experience. I still use VS Code but just when I need to do Live Share coding, for all other purposes Sublime is my preferred choice.

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Terminal

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ashish Author

looks great

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andrei

thanks man! I like to keep things simple so not to much going on there.

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ashish Author

minimalism is cool 🤝

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Lyrod • Edited on

Too many VSCode 😂.

Editor: WebStorm (+ VSCode [without sidebar, only shortcuts 😛] for small edit)
Terminal: iTerm with fish + fisher (git plugin, nvm)
Theme: One Dark
Font: Monolisa or JetBrains Mono
Extensions: Tailwind intellisense, copilot for VSCode)

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Bon

Waiting someone mention JetBrain products

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ashish Author

😂

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ashish Author

😂people like vs code

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C. Plug

Background: I use macOS.

  • IDE: JetBrains IDE (Rider, IDEA, PyCharm)
  • Terminal: iTerm2
  • Theme Dark and Darcula for IDE. I also prefer the .NET syntax highlighting color, so I replicate that for JB IDEs that doesn’t do it by default.
  • Font: M+ Font family. 1m for code, 2p for regular text.
  • Extensions: Dash, WakaTime, IdeaVim, and the “Nyancat progress bar” plugin only for my amusement XD

The M+ font is indispensable for me. It is a very well made free Japanese font. I require that Japanese text in my code perfectly line up with alphabet which M+ is good at but some preinstalled macOS fonts fail to do so!

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Jairus Joer • Edited on
  • Editor: VS Code
  • Terminal: iTerm with starship.rs, a simple custom theme and zshrc
  • Theme: GitHub Dark
  • Font: JetBrains Mono
  • Icon Theme: None
  • Some extensions I really like: Auto Rename Tag, ESLint, file-size, IntelliCode, Prettier

My personal IDE setup

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Vaarun Sinha • Edited on

Editor: VSCODE
Terminal: Iterm and ZSH (Mac OS)
Theme: Monokai Pro
Font: Cascadia
Icon Theme: Material Icon Theme
Some extensions I really like: GitLens , Thunder Client, Code time

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Jonesey712

Editor: VS Code
Terminal: powershell (on windows), ZSH on Mac
Theme: VS Code default Dark
Font: Consolas
Icon Theme: Default
Some extensions I really like: ESLint, Prettier, Bracket Pair Colorizer 2 (which is deprecated :( ), VSCode-Pets

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Lyrod

This is because vscode has his own bracket pair colorizer. ;)

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Jignesh Posarekar
Editor: VS Code
Terminal: GitBash
Theme: DVLPR
Font: Fira Code
Icon Theme: Material Icon Theme
Some extensions I really like: Turbo Console, Prettier, Number bookmark, Error lens, colorize
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Andrew Baisden

Editor: VS Code
Terminal: Hyper/iTerm 2
Theme: Dracula
Font: Jetbrains Mono
Icon Theme: Material Icon Theme
Some extensions I really like: Thunder Client, Colorize, Better Comments

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ashish Author

Dracula is one of my most used themes :)

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Andrew Baisden

I put Dracula everywhere all my IDE's and terminals have the same theme.

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Vedant Chainani
  • Editor - VS Code
  • Terminal - Windows Terminal with PowerShell 7
  • Theme - After Dark
  • Font - Fira Code Retina
  • Icon Theme - Material Icon Theme
  • Some extensions I really like:
    • Polacode
    • Rainbow Brackets
    • Truffle for VS Code
    • Solidity
    • Markdown All in One

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Zitouni Abdeldjallil
Editor: LunarVim
Terminal: Kitty terminal
Theme: Kanagwa 
Font: JetBrains Mono Regular Nerd Font Complete Mono
Icon Theme: DevIcons
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Some extensions I really like: lunarvim.org/plugins/01-core-plugi...

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Omar E. Lopez • Edited on
  • Editor: Neovim
  • Termina: ITerm2 + OhMyZsh
  • Theme: molokai
  • Extensions: Luasnip, Vim-Fugitive, Tree-Sitter, LSP, PowerLine, etc ...

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AucaCoyan • Edited on

Editor: VS Code
Terminal: Windows Terminal lastest version of Powershell, oh-my-posh, Terminal-Icons and PSReadLine for intellisense (like fish)
Theme: Shades of Purpule
Font: Caskaydia Code
Icon Theme: vscode-icons
Some extensions I really like: Error Lens, WakaTime, File Utils and Vim

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ashish Author

I have tried shades of purple previously, it's a very unique theme

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Pratap kute • Edited on

Editor: VS code / Pycharm (dark theme)
Terminal: Bash terminal
Theme: Default Dark
Icon Theme: Material Theme Icons
Font: monospace
Some extensions I really like : Docker,Remote SSH,GitLens,Markdown

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O. AlQudah • Edited on

Editor: VSCode w/ Vim emulation
Terminal: Windows Terminal w/ PowerShell
Theme: Monokai Pro
Font: JetBrains Mono
Icon Theme: Monokai Pro icons
Some extensions I really like: Multiple cursor case preserve, prettier, GitLens, ESLint, and some more.

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Augusts Bautra
  • Terminal: iTerm2 | Monaco font | fish shell + oh-my-fish, using robbyrussell theme iTerm2 theme
  • Editor: VSC using DejaVuSansMono font with a custom theme I call Antigua (variation on SolarizedDark for Ruby) Antigua VSC theme
  • VSC Extensions:
    • Bookmarks (mark lines)
    • Git Blame (line blame in statusbar)
    • Reopen Closed Tab (undo misclick close)
    • Ruby Around The Block (toggle Ruby block style easily)
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Ajo Alex

Editor: VS Code
Terminal:Default terminal for linux
Theme: Witcher
Font: Ubuntu Mono
Icon Theme: Material Icon Theme
Some extensions I really like: Auto Close Tag, Auto Rename Tag, Better Comments, error lens,ES7.

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Nick Taylor • Edited on

Editor: VS Code
Terminal: typically I use VS Code's integrated terminal, but I also use iTerm, both with Fig and zshrc. I've recently been trying out warp.dev as well
Theme: Fortnite with Legendary mode enabled
Font: Dank Mono
Icon Theme: File Icons (colorless)
Some extensions I really like: Live Share extension pack, prettier, Auto Rename Tag

More on my setup at iamdeveloper.com/uses

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ashish Author

I want to try out warp too, but they don't support windows yet, so gotta be patient :'(

I really liked the idea of having a setup section on personal site, don't mind me stealing the idea and implementing it in my site, tysm! 😆

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Lynn Romich
  • Editor: VS Code
  • Terminal: Windows Terminal w/ fish (in WSL 2)
  • Theme: Tomorrow Night
  • Font: Fira Code
  • Some extensions I really like: GitLens

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H. Kamran • Edited on
  • Editor: VS Code
  • Terminal: Hyper with Fig and zsh (oh-my-zsh)
  • Theme: Lukin Theme
  • Font: Menlo
  • Icon Theme: Material Icon Theme
  • Some extensions I really like:
    • Auto Close Tag
    • Auto Rename Tag
    • Choose a License
    • Volar
    • Prettier
    • Markdown All in One
    • ESLint
    • Better Comments
    • gitignore

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Siddhant Kumar • Edited on

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Chisom Oguibe • Edited on

Editor/IDE: JetBrains WebStorm / IntellIJ
Terminal: Cmder (windows)
Theme: Material Darker (IDE), monokai (terminal)
Font: Inconsolata
Icon Theme: Atom Material Icons
Some extensions I really like: Tabnine, String manipulation, Rainbow brackets, Code Time, JSON Helper

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Michael Lohr • Edited on
  • Editor: VS Code (using devcontainers)
  • Terminal: Windows Terminal with WSL v2
  • Theme: One Dark Pro
  • Font: Fira Code
  • Icon Theme: Material Icon Theme
  • Some extensions I really like: GitHub Copilot, Grammarly, Auto Close Tag, Auto Rename Tag, Better Comments, error lens, github copilot, gitlense,
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Besworks

I've got a pretty heavily customized setup...

Hardware: MacBook Pro 7,11
OS: Arch Linux
Window Manager: xfce4 (with customized Dots theme)
GTK Theme: Customized Ultimate Dark
Icons: Ghost Flat
Dock: plank
Terminal: guake
Editor: xed (with oblivion theme)
System Font: Roboto
Editor Font: Source Code Pro

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Hernan Reyes • Edited on
  1. Editor: Goland
  2. Terminal: Hyper
  3. Theme: A combination of Aura Theme and Material Darker
  4. Font: JetBrains Mono
  5. Icon Theme: Material Icon
  6. Some extensions I really like: Vim and Key Promoter

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Buey

Why not?

Editor: Emacs w/ Evil Mode
Theme: Monokai w/ modifications
Terminal: Guake

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Besworks

Guake for life! 👌🏻

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bbrtj
  • Editor: Neovim inside tmux
  • Terminal: Suckless terminal (or windows terminal + wsl if windows is necessary)
  • Theme: Gruvbox
  • Font: Dejavu sans mono
  • Some extensions I really like: FZF, fugitive, esearch, nerdtree
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Juan Lanus

I edit with (g)vim on Ubuntu Linux.
My vim configuration (github.com/juanlanus/vimconfig) renders a screen of almost only lines of code, no space wasted in clickacle artifacts.
The fonts are "Source Code Pro Medium" and the beautifun "Montserrat" for proportional spacing.
I use mainly BitBucket (instead of GitHub) because it allows me to have private repos for free. I interact with the remote repos using plain command line Git.
GNOME Terminal, the Ubuntu default.

Actually, I'm old and I use vi, later vim, since like 40 years ago, in SCO Unix and later in Windows 98 (it was a 70K exe).
To me, vim is the most productive tool, the one with highest usability, because is allows me to do more work with less keystrokes more safely.
I don't confuse usability with ease to learn. To be proficient with vim you need some training, and then some more. But it gets the job done quickly; for example I seldom take my hands out of the keyboard to grab the mouse.

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ashish Author

the last few lines are so true

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Zach Blake

Editor: VS Code
Terminal: Warp
Theme: GitHub Light for daytime use, GitHub Dark for nighttime use
Font: Fira Code w/ Ligatures
Icon Theme: Material Icon Theme
Some extensions I really like: Error lens, TODO Tree, Vim

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ashish Author

I want to use warp so bad 😭

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arnu515 • Edited on

Editor: VSCode for web dev, and PyCharm for python
Terminal: Konsole (KDE Default) with OhMyZsh and Powerline
Theme: VSCode Dark+
Font: Caskaydia Cove Nerd Font for the editor + Hack Nerd Font for the terminal
Icon Theme: Material Icon Theme
Some extensions I really like: GitHub Copilot, Better Comments, SQL

i use arch btw

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Matti • Edited on

Editor: VS Code
Terminal: iTerm with OMZ
Theme: Eclipse Color Theme
Font: Liga Menlo
Icon Theme: macOS classic icon them
Some extensions I really like: error lens, gitlense, auto align, eclipse color theme and keymaps

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