I've been a VS Code fanboy ever since I started using it. Going from brackets to sublime to atom to VS Code. I thought atom was my jam when I was using it and then on a whim I decided to try VS Code and I was really surprised that it didn't feel as bloated as atom. It came installed with almost everything you need and looks aesthetically pleasing out the box. Beyond that,it has a great plugin eco-system
I did the same used Sublime for a long time then switched to Atom that it did seem to lag and after some colleagues raved about VSCode I gave it a go and love using it. The plugins are great but I do find it a resource hog at times with the odd extensions crashes but I do use quite a few and my work laptop is showing its age.
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