Replacement for Dreamweaver


#21

Thank you! :+1:

I will try out VSCodium for Linux too.


Sorry for straying away the topic, but this alternative makes it a good stray I think. :slight_smile:


#22

But but, it sounds like a successor to Visual Basic.

I mean… it’s a text editor. So, basically nothing at all remotely similar to VB. It’s like saying Carpet is a successor to a Car.


#23

:stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:

(no offence)


#24

If you dislike the robustness of a professional IDE but also want something more then a notepad VS Code is a good middle ground. I’ve been using JetBrains products for years but have recently been forced to use VS Code. I can’t say I prefer VS Code over something more robust like WebStorm but it isn’t all that bad either and its free. I do much prefer IDEs though like the JetBrains products.For Angular and Typescript dev though VS Code is working out really well.