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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