Both Visual Studio Code (VS Code) and Atom are popular text editors that are widely used by developers. The choice between the two will depend on your specific needs and preferences. Here are some key differences between the two:
VS Code is developed and maintained by Microsoft, while Atom is developed and maintained by GitHub.
VS Code has a slightly larger user base and is considered to be more popular among developers.
VS Code has better performance and is considered to be more stable than Atom.
VS Code has built-in support for debugging and integrated development environments (IDE) features.
Atom is more customizable and has a larger number of available packages and themes.
Atom has a simpler user interface which is considered to be less cluttered than VS Code.
VS Code has better support for TypeScript and has a more robust extension ecosystem.
Ultimately, the choice between VS Code and Atom will depend on your personal preferences and the specific needs of your project. You can try both and see which one works best for you and your workflow.
PS-I started with Atom because it was simpler, Now I use
Visual Studio Code for all my projects.
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Atom has been sunset. One would imagine, it's a pretty important point
Oh! I didn't know this. The sun has unfortunately set.