Visual Studio Code Alternatives
About Visual Studio Code
Visual Studio Code is a streamlined code editor with support for development operations like debugging, task running, and version control.
What are the top Visual Studio Code Alternatives?
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Notepad++ is a free source code editor and Notepad replacement that supports several languages.
- Finding and replacing strings of text with regular expressions
- Guided indentation
- Line bookmarking
- Simultaneous editing
- Split screen editing and synchronized scrolling
- Supports about 80 programming languages.
Free to use.
Spyder is a free and open source scientific environment written in Python, for Python, and designed by and for scientists, engineers and data analysts.
Work efficiently in a multi-language editor with a function/class browser, code analysis tools, automatic code completion, horizontal/vertical splitting, and go-to-definition.
Harness the power of as many IPython consoles as you like in one GUI. Run code by line, cell or file; or work interactively with debugging, plots and magic commands.
Interact with and modify variables on the fly: plot a histogram or timeseries, edit a dateframe or Numpy array, sort a collection, dig into nested objects, and more!
Browse, zoom, copy and save the figures and images you create.
Trace each step of your code's execution interactively.
Instantly view any object's docs, and render your own.
Free to use.
About TeleType for Atom
Teletype for Atom lets developers share their workspace with team members and collaborate on code in real time.
Teletype for Atom wires in keystrokes of remote collaborators directly into the code editor. Provides conflict-free, low-latency collaboration. One of the most loved features and a must-have if you use Atom.
Teletype(beta) for Atom lets developers share their workspace with team members and collaborate on code in real time.
Teletype introduces the concept of real-time "portals" for sharing workspaces. When a host opens a portal, their active tab becomes a shared workspace. There, invited collaborators can join in and make edits in real time. As the host moves between files, collaborators follow along with the active tab automatically.
Free add-on to Atom
About Toast Ninja
Toast is a Slack app for teams on GitHub.
- Get real time contextual updates from GitHub
- Identify bottlenecks & unhealthy team dynamics in Toast Stats
- Follow team progress in Toast home & contribute where help is needed
- See comments and mentions right in Slack
- Stay on top of pending PRs with scheduled Morning Toast
- Uncover blockers with Toast commands
- Price: $4
- User(s): Minimum 3+
Toast will stay free for:
- teams of 3 and under
- non-profit open source projects
- academic pursuits