which one for actual work?
Nvim, both their lsps suck absolute ass. You have to install like four plugins for them to work well with C/C++ projects, and most of the time the references just wont work.
IntelliJ, it just works
i want to fuck that
i quite like intellij but i usually just use vscode for java
I hate how the extension shits up my root directory with .project and .classpath files
Both, but I really don't see the point of paying for something that you can have for free with a little configuration work
which programming language?
JS, Java, Python
IDE doesn't help much, so anything works.
Maybe it is required for Notebooks, but then again there is Jupyter.
Idea, because there are a lot of frameworks and I doubt VS supports them.
>IDE doesn't help much, so anything works.
It helps when you supply proper type hints. Then it‘s really nice.
Vscode for JS.
Intelij for Java.
Pycharm for python.
VSCode for developing, VS2019 express for testing.
>vs glorified text editor with bells and whistles
gee anon I dunno
What makes ide an ide? Suggestions and autocomplete? Go to definition and renaming across all files? Error highlighting? Frontend for a debugger?
what is an ide?
A MISERABLE LITTLE PILE OF MACROS!
all development experience is integrated into one program through which you interact with your code/assets/program
vs code is IDE simply because you don't need to use other programs to write code.
Refactoring and debugging capabities of VSCode are rather trivial.
all of those things and everything working out of the box. the I stands for INTEGRATED for a reason. VSCode is not an IDE, it's a glorified text editor, that anon is right.
notepad is a text editor
VSCode is just a notepad that you can hack into becoming a development environment with plugins and whatnot
but it's not integrated, so not an IDE by definition
they say visuall studio code is spyware. don't know much about inteeliijjjj
Not (at least right out) spyware but M$ opensource EEE bullshit. They make an "open source" code editor with cool features like a nice python server, marketplace, GitHub integration and GitHub Copilot. But turns out all binaries they build (which also are vsc in linux distro repos) are closed source, compiled in with their telemetry/spyware and with all said features. Use Vscodium if you want to use VSC. Also said python server has fucking DRM so that it only runs on genuine M$-infused VSC binaries.
IntelliJ is amazing.
intellij is a godsend for maintaining java code written by street shitters
>proprietary pajeeva vs open source chad-o-script
for me it's cursor
IntelliJ for Java
VS Code for JS
>VS Code for JS
Use IntelliJ, get job done and dont look back
I use IDEA (CLion) and VSCode at the same time.
I use Xcode. Sorry
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