re: If you've recently switched code editors— How's it going so far? VIEW POST


Actually I use different editors based on the requirement.

IntelliJ IDEA or Android Studio on my daily job. They are feature-rich editors that eats a lot of RAM, but it's all worth it.

VS Code, for lightweight editing, like web projects, Flutter, editing large debug logs, or just browsing around huge Android project files without opening in the heavyweight IntelliJ/Android Studio.

Nano, if I am over a terminal connection. This is my preference over the Vi(m) editor.

Extra: Sometimes I use VS Code only to use the REST Client plugin because of the flexibility that the plugin provides.

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