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Text Comments (162)
Alex Tisakov (1 day ago)
I think you did not bother to research too much. Not that I disagree but to put Atom at the bottom, come on, really? And one important thing you did not mention, are custom snippets, that are very important in your text editor. Thanks for the video, though.
Joshua Fluke (1 day ago)
Visual studio code is best. Period
The Wiedźmin (5 days ago)
Atom and VSCode literally solve most of the problems that I ever have!
eddieisfiction (13 days ago)
I use geany
mikozera (20 days ago)
Webstorm
Flood Rec. (29 days ago)
I use nano, don't judge me.
eddieisfiction (13 days ago)
Flood Rec. nano for the win man. That’s where I assemble and link my 86x64 files.
Jason Bourne (1 month ago)
Nice! Thanks bro
SpenkymenGaming (1 month ago)
5:50 Because he forget to add the link to it here is the link : https://code.visualstudio.com/
Mohan Singh (1 month ago)
Vs code jindabad h bhai
Sitikantha Muhuri (2 months ago)
Vs code is quite good for html but in case of php coding its seem to be quite messy.onthe other hand,php is not running in notepad++.i feeled awkward while doing my php works.
joschwan89 (2 months ago)
hi guy. my buddy just showed me ur video. u seem intelligent.. but its GIF NOT JIF .. JIF IS A PEANUT BUTTER. GIF IS AN ANIMATION ON THE INTERWEBS. k thanks
Joshua Fluke (2 months ago)
Jiffy.com is my favorite website for jiffs.
Henry Amusah (2 months ago)
Brackets has auto complete and split...also has some really good extensions
Morm Sophen (2 months ago)
Vs code is hard to use for me, when I wanted to use java or c++
ProgrammingFun (20 days ago)
Go for IntelliJ for java and Go for CLion for C++
Lyssa Achyss (2 months ago)
Jet brains only cost if you get the premium one but if you were to download the community versions of the ide it works just as well. I use pycharm community version and I have no problem with it. The premium one I used I saw no difference other then the web development that works well when you buy the premium. But yeah jet brains all the way
Robert Soriano (2 months ago)
get git
Shiva Giri (2 months ago)
when everything is setup(server,database,packages,libs.) nothing beats Eclipse for java. nothing.
Michael H. Armstrong (2 months ago)
I get everything from Jetbrains for free :) (I am a student)
ProgrammingFun (20 days ago)
Same here!!
Simone Broili (2 months ago)
Netbeans is for java but Eclipse is way better
Sareeta Devi (2 months ago)
Code blocks my favorite
EL F (2 months ago)
Personal favs: Emacs, Komodo and Sublime for fooling around stuff, Eclipse and Netbeans for Java and I like Netbeans better, Xcode for iOS dev, professional work Visual Studio and JetBrains, ISPF for mainframe stuff. It really is a personal choice. Try a bunch and use what works best for what you do.
Silent Night (3 months ago)
都没有全部实际测评过提到的每个工具,那你所做的排行也没有说服力。
Joshua Fluke (3 months ago)
Solid point, agreed.
thinktank 007 (3 months ago)
Notepad ++ is a good editor. I prefer vscode ide
Antfs10 (3 months ago)
I use plain notepad.
Varuna Eeriyaulla (3 months ago)
Netbeans is quite good with PHP and java.
Joe Dempsey, Sr. (3 months ago)
I would place VS Code, Sublime, and Atom under the category of IDE. They have syntax highlighting, code completion, and build tools as well as git integration. NetBeans is an IDE offered by Oracle for Java development.
Haris Sabotic (3 months ago)
1:13 NetBeans supports JAVA
T R (3 months ago)
What about note pad? It's so hipster and minimal.
ATOMIC_Propulsion (3 months ago)
sublime for life!
peep (3 months ago)
wrong, all wrong wordpad is best
sanket bodele (3 months ago)
vs code + vim plugin No one can beat that
M Gaudio (3 months ago)
I've used sublime, I use Atom. Both are rock solid.
Suman Samaddar (3 months ago)
Where the hell is emacs ??!! ,😂
benli hao (3 months ago)
how about editplus?
arghya mitra (3 months ago)
Brackets got plugins ..:(
shawn jacobsen (3 months ago)
notepad ftw
dmoa (4 months ago)
I have intel core i7 and atom opens fast and fine
Jawad Mansoor (4 months ago)
For IDE, I think JetBranis is very good, having use them for C++ however I think after using VScode I don't think I would ever look back at another thing. It has almost all functionalities of an IDE.
kunal sharma (4 months ago)
Yes they may have some functionality as IDE's but editors can not compete with IDE's. Editors may do the job for some small codes, but when there is some real time big project you can't rely on editors. And Jetbrains make the world best IDE's.
Jawad Mansoor (4 months ago)
Thanks for the heads up, I now know what to do. VSCode to the end. I just downloaded, on recommendation, after using sublime text but I that was a long time ago, in my new computer I wanted something nice without having to pay (sublime text costs you $80) so I was looking into something like it but free and VScode i found and voila I am loving it. It can even use configuration of sublime text, and any other editor, just love it.
raphael gako (4 months ago)
Hey sir whats that background?
MaxDeveloper (4 months ago)
Vim and Emacs are the best. Considering other text editors and IDEs are pure stupidity. I don't take seriously programmers who use GUI text editors and IDEs.
kunal sharma (3 months ago)
+MaxDeveloper You have presumed everything and assuming yourself a pro....I call these type of people stupid, and you will be if you are having such thinking. These bullshit tools don't make programmer's. Ability to write code with perfection no matter what you are using (Ide or editor) makes you a Pro programmer. And if you still are relying and fighting for these editors (Vim) that clearly means you are Noob. 😏
MaxDeveloper (3 months ago)
+kunal sharma one more amateur ))))
Joshua Fluke (4 months ago)
That's just like, your opinion man
kunal sharma (4 months ago)
You are talking rubbish
Rubinder Singh (4 months ago)
Whats those icons at the back? looks nice
Oliver Frank (4 months ago)
Emacs!
Pixel Pavel (4 months ago)
me:dont say it. me:dont say it. me:dont say it. me:dont say it. me:dont say it. me:dont say it. me:dont say it. me:dont say it. also me: vim
MemesTV (4 months ago)
What about jetbrains community edition?
kunal sharma (4 months ago)
They are good for a start
Farhanuddin Kazi (4 months ago)
Well am I the only person who thinks this video is like🤔 At the bottom💩,then this💩 ,then this💩 because I have barely ever touched these. And this is at the top because I use it 😏(oh now u know what I use, the best😏). Not much but would have been better if you would have said "I use this for .... time" Just a suggestion
Abhishek Kashyap (4 months ago)
Vscode also has integrated terminal
Erick Reyes (4 months ago)
I just downloaded VS Code because I really like how it looks. I normally use JGrasp because that was the program the professor used in my intro to java classes. I have a question though, I've read online that I will need a JRE to run any type of code as well as JDK does that by default mean I need to download Java? Or can you have both JDK and JRE without having Java? Might be a dumb question but I'm currently ignorant to this topic. My main concern is having read somewhere that if you don't need Java then don't install because of people easily being able to write malware to any pc running Java. Thanks in advance!
kunal sharma (4 months ago)
If you want to have java in your computer that simply means you have to install JRE which is Java Runtime Environment. JRE is responsible for running java codes in your computer. And if you want to write your own codes that means along with JRE you have to install JDK i.e. Java Development Kit. And to install Java without needing it doesn't cause any harm. Installing Java is always a plus point and don't worry about malwares. JRE is so smart and advance that it doesn't support that much low level approach that can harm you computer by any means. Simply there is no harm at all you can install java without any fear. It's a very trustworthy Technology from more than two decades.
Jean Uwumuremyi (4 months ago)
Atom is my favorite as of now.
Tola1098 (2 months ago)
Yesh im use Atom for write code😍
Zachary Tyhacz (3 months ago)
on MacOS it's crashed on me multiple times. Switched to VS code and vim interchangeably
abhisofriendly (4 months ago)
in terms of speed sublime and notepad++ is on top in terms of functionality atom,vs code,sublime all are pretty close to each other but sublime cost some buck so go for atom or vscode
shirshak bajgain (4 months ago)
no dedicated for rust.
Tyr_ (4 months ago)
FUCK VI ! EMACS ARMY HERE
Oj002 (4 months ago)
I use emacs as my window manager and evil mode so i can use vi binds
ambairish kumar (4 months ago)
Vim and text mate as well
jovan tan (4 months ago)
I love intellij
Jorge Vips (4 months ago)
Vscode the New King
Blaise (4 months ago)
Vi is my favorite. I may not have the opinion of the majority here.
Malthus F.B. (4 months ago)
Ed is better lul XD (Irony)
Tyr_ (4 months ago)
fak u :q
Saul Axel Martinez Ortiz (4 months ago)
My sole opinion is that Vim is better than Vi
Dream Upgrade (4 months ago)
thanks for the nice comparison. love it. make more like this.
Mirror View (4 months ago)
I prefer atom over visual code. Atom is really awesome because its hackable. :D
kunal sharma (4 months ago)
+Mirror View we can also write own packages in VSC as well
Saul Axel Martinez Ortiz (4 months ago)
+Mirror View I know what it means, I just wonder about the ways that you hack it.
Mirror View (4 months ago)
+Saul Axel Martinez Ortiz By term "hackable", I meant that we can extend its functionality by writing our own packages and it is very easy in comparison to others like Vim. And that's the best part of atom according to me.
Saul Axel Martinez Ortiz (4 months ago)
How do you hack it (I'm curious)?
Ahmed Farah (4 months ago)
I used NetBeans for Java, but I don't know if you can use it for swift
kunal sharma (4 months ago)
Nope
Kordahy LB (4 months ago)
Vim speed my friend
Saul Axel Martinez Ortiz (4 months ago)
Nvim so you don't bother of the compiled version
Josh Wynns (5 months ago)
No love for the emacs? lol
Satvik Reddy (5 months ago)
Yo, why is his f stop so low in his facecam clips
Joshua Fluke (5 months ago)
His fstop is low because this lense was $35 on Amazon lmao
exod4 (5 months ago)
That's wayyy too much fucking blur dude
Joshua (5 months ago)
and what about eclipse?
kunal sharma (4 months ago)
Eclipse is so laggy sometimes. I prefer Netbeans over eclipse because it's not laggy. But when it comes to bug's Netbeans lead the market.
Toahmisae (5 months ago)
You're out of focus.
Shadow Teck (5 months ago)
2019? I got a video for the best IDE's for 2019 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AjEd2DBeeWE
Bozhidar Petrov (5 months ago)
So vs code and sublime an idea better over the others text editors.
Cipher Tester (5 months ago)
Good video. The newest IDE and text editors simply cant compete with VIM. Most of these programs are bloated and big, while you look at the load time also look at the memory footprint of the process. Which IDE or editors lets you edit code on the server? Lots of feature in VIM that you can't do in any IDE or editor.
kunal sharma (4 months ago)
Try Jetbrains stuff then you will forget Vim for ever (if not to consider the speed). But feature wise Jetbrains product rule. That is the reason why they cost hell lot of money
Joe Monaco (5 months ago)
IntelliJ for java and PyCharm for python from JetBrains is free
kunal sharma (4 months ago)
No they are not actually free. They have Ultimate edition and Community edition. Ultimate edition is full featured and cost a lot of money Where as community edition lacks in some advance features like (inbuilt Database integration, web development support etc) and is free to use. Also you can also get 30 days free trial with ultimate edition
sandeep kurien (5 months ago)
I have been a freelance php developer for 9 years now. I started with notepad++. Now sublime text 3. I have never been impressed with IDEs. I have tried to use quite a few of them but none of them open as fast as ST3.
Emenike Anigbogu (5 months ago)
Thanks
Angelos E. (6 months ago)
JetBrains products for students are not just free for one year. But you have to renew the license for each additional year you are enrolled in college. "5.1. Customer may renew its Product subscription for another year by submitting a written request to JetBrains 30 (thirty) days prior to the end of the Toolbox Subscription term."
james yang (6 months ago)
Sublime Text 3 && VS Code && Pycharm. Pycharm is great for Python.But that's okay, just coding, other things seem to be bells and whistles.
David Araújo (6 months ago)
what about Geany
Fabian (6 months ago)
Did the change it, or did you miss something? Jetbrains has(/had) Community Editions for I think every IDE. And the community Edition was free, aren't they now?
Fabian (6 months ago)
They do indeed have less features, but more than enough to start. After that you could try the test month of the Pro version and then see if you should buy it
TheCoffeeAddict (6 months ago)
Sublime Text 3 && Brackets && some Atom. In the beginning, I was devoted to Kate (KDE.) I’ve been checking out VS code, but not yet sold on the hype.
what's the theme's name at 4:19? it's C L E A N
Joshua Fluke (6 months ago)
sublime
Geovane (7 months ago)
vim is also good, but... you may spent a lot of time configuring and learning it, vscode is simply and good so.. I recommend Vscode for everyone
AstroSquid (7 months ago)
I just go into a computer science college, and I want to learn pyhton so bad
StickMan1316 (6 months ago)
One word "Udemy"
EartHeart Compass (7 months ago)
The video focus could be better; you're slightly blurry.
pluraltest (7 months ago)
What about vim?
Sandy (1 month ago)
your camera is not focusing on the face
Mike Tung (4 months ago)
Vim is life, Vim is Love
Dennis Lim (4 months ago)
vim for win
Johnny Muen (7 months ago)
Atom for at least the next 15 years
Tanner Barcelos (7 months ago)
I just started my CS degree... been using visual studio and code blocks for c++ and python. However, have just looked into text editors and VS Code looks great, and supports python, JavaScript, c++ etc. so like, idk what I’m doing. Should I stay coding in visual studio or use VSCode text editor because I’m kinda learning that at the moment. Or would you say use visual studio and use VSCode through my degree?
kunal sharma (4 months ago)
The thing that should matter is that you code regularly. Now to worry about those they are just tools.
Saul Axel Martinez Ortiz (4 months ago)
No wonder why you're so worried, that just doesn't matter a bit when talking about your degree. Just choose the one that better fits you. Probably VS Code is somewhat more powerful overall, but you have to work on it so you can get the best out of it (I think that it is also more comfortable, but that may be only me). CodeBlocks has more out of the box and is very easy to start with and even sometimes to do complex things that only involve the supported languages.
Harrison Boot (8 months ago)
what is up my jakepaulers
J F (8 months ago)
Sublime Text is fast
Quinnx Primus (8 months ago)
I'm that guy who comments "nano" 😂😂😂😂
The Marvin (4 months ago)
+Saul Axel Martinez Ortiz nano is a meme, think a more minimal notepad
Saul Axel Martinez Ortiz (4 months ago)
But, as far as I know, you cannot install plugins on nano, can you?
Joshua Fluke (8 months ago)
There's always one
Erik Hernandez (9 months ago)
Hello. I am new to coding and just started learning. Can you please recommend me a good pc latop (i am not good with mac) I'm using a dektop pc but it isnt mine and I would prefer to have my own. I have about $500 to spend maybe $700 thanks
Allan Clayton (9 months ago)
Brackets is my go-to editor atm (may change after I finish the video); and it does have autocomplete and split-pane view, and their extensions are enough for me.
Explorer (6 months ago)
Allan Clayton VS has the same too.
JrStdnt (10 months ago)
PHPStorm the best of IDE and SublimeText3 the best of the best of text editor!!! If only ST3 have such a great debugger like VSCode)
Fist Last (10 months ago)
microsoft word though...
Loler lolerloler (9 days ago)
oh yeah yeah by Gv
Palpatine (15 days ago)
Pshh note is what the OGs use
oh yeah yeah (2 months ago)
WTF
oh yeah yeah (2 months ago)
Realy!!
An B (10 months ago)
Watched the video and then I was really surprised that your channel has lesser views than I expected. Anyway wish you good luck Joshua. I agree with your list and love VSCode these days. Its perfect for almost everything. I am using it from Python to Web development, to CUDA C programming, it has support for everything.
Rahul Sharma (1 year ago)
You can get jetbrains for free if you have a student id.
Joshua Fluke (1 year ago)
Rahul Sharma but only for a year I believe
Rayli (1 year ago)
Brackets is amazing and also has third party support 😑 not to mention you can get plenty of extensions for whatever you need.
kunal sharma (4 months ago)
Try to use Visual studio code now you will forget Brackets
StickMan1316 (4 months ago)
I went back to VC
Mohammad Rafik (6 months ago)
brackets sucks compared to VS code, iv used both
Joshua Fluke (1 year ago)
Rayli interesting. Today I learned. Thanks for filling me in!
KDJ Musix (1 year ago)
I have used all the editors.....But the "Visual Code" is my best....it is very speed and we can manage our files easily.....Goof video bro...
Martim Freitas (4 months ago)
very fast**
Linux Land (4 months ago)
I rather have Java eat my RAM than electron
Coding Connections (1 year ago)
Great interesting info! Muchas garcias!
ilyes skender (1 year ago)
NetBeans is pure garbage ... just get jetbrains staff from torrent and you be good!
Kitayuan (3 months ago)
+kunal sharma you can if you're kanye lmao
Umut Numanoglu (3 months ago)
Netbeans has the best GUI Builder I've seen, I usually use Intellij for developing and Netbeans for Gui stuff. Pros for Netbeans: - Much faster then other IDEs I worked (Intellij, Eclipse, Xcode, VS etc) - Clean UI, not many distractions. - Able to use macros etc to personalize Cons: - Not many add ons - Short cuts are not very intuitive - Generally with the exception of GUI Stuff, everything it can, Jetbrains can too and most of the time Jetbrains is better. But that should not mean Netbeans is garbage, it just takes time to get used to it.
kunal sharma (4 months ago)
But you can't use pirated stuff in Production. And don't support piracy publically it's bad.
jovan tan (4 months ago)
Dont torrent please.
Hilbert França (6 months ago)
or eclipse
Justin B (1 year ago)
I use NetBeans in my Java class. It's an Oracle based software, so it's basically for Java. There are other things it can do though.
kunal sharma (4 months ago)
Netbeans is actually good for big projects as compare to eclipse. Eclipse becomes laggy while working on very big projects.
Hilbert França (6 months ago)
Justin B i find netbeans kinda ugly haha i use eclipse but if my pc was better i'd use intelliJ
Michael Holmes (1 year ago)
I actually applied this info today... thank you sir for breaking it down.
omar (1 year ago)
vs code is amazing these days
skylar15123 (1 month ago)
+Tech Link Heres how I set mine up on Windows (You'll have to figure some stuff out if your using Linux or another OS): (NOTE: This does not work on SSH mounted workspaces) 1. Install C++ extension for VS code. 2. Install MinGW installation manager (I recommend installing this stuff to the C drive. This should allow you to copy-paste my launch.json without any changes.  -Select the following packages: -mingw32-base-bin -mingw32-gcc-g++-bin -msys-base-bin (I don't know if this is actually needed, but I installed it in case I did need it. 3. You probably have to set PATH variables. -Open the start menu and type PATH, click "Edit the system variables" -Click "Environment Variables" -In the "System Variables" box, scroll down to Path, click it, and press "Edit..." -If you are on Win10, it should be a list. In Windows 7, it's probably a list. Check for "C:\MinGW\bin" If it's not there, add it. -Make sure to hit ok/apply on you way out. -Restart the OS 4. Launch.json in VScode: -In VS code, make sure your project folder is selected. -Go to the debug menu and try launching debug, this should create a launch.json -Here's my launch.json: https://pastebin.com/dyeSucvn -Mine should work if you are on Windows and have installed MinGW to the default directory. 5. Tasks.json in VScode: -In VS code, press Ctrl+Shift+P and type Configure tasks, select the option "Configure Tasks" -Here's my tasks.json, I'd expect it to work as long as you have g++ (Which MinGW provides): https://pastebin.com/7arTvc6t
Morm Sophen (2 months ago)
GunPoint install extension won’t help u. Because there was no debugger so u still need to make debugger by yourself
GunPoint (2 months ago)
+Tech Link just install the c++ extension...
Tech Link (3 months ago)
I don't know how to make it works for c++, I tried but it's very difficult, can you help me?
Joshua Fluke (1 year ago)
Thumbnail so good. Didn't even plan on that, keeping it.

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