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Visual Studio Code:

Visual Studio Code: It is an open source-code editor that uses programming languages such as Java, c++, python etc. It uses top extensions like enable additional languages, themes, debuggers, commands, and much more. It allows one to test code, confidently.It is more stream-lined and by providing quick code, debug to full IDE. It also runs on web applications like Windows, Linux, and macOS.

This helps in understanding the structure of the IDE which can help us understand such platforms better and implement quick code in real-time. Many sections cover different functionalities and help progress our projects with ease and short-cut methods.

The VS Code is divided into five main regions:

The activity bar
The side bar
The Editor groups
The panel
The status bar

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Thorsten Hirsch

Welcome to the community! Unfortunately I cannot say anything good about your article, because it is one of the worst I've read. Here are some of its problems:

  • Since VS Code is the most popular code editor amongst developers, most people here on dev.to already know it and don't need a generic introduction to it. But developers might be interested to learn more about their favourite tool, so if you'd go in-depth a specific feature of VS Code...?
  • You've tagged the article #react, but it doesn't contain anything related to react.
  • Linux, Windows, and macOS are not web applications, but operating systems.
  • Your article seems unfinished. It ends with the five main regions of the VS Code UI, but is that what your article is all about?
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shikkaba

If this is one of the worst you've read, you're lucky.

Seriously though, do you have to be mean like that? Maybe English isn't their first language.