Github’s Atom vs Microsoft’s Visual Studio Code: Comparison, Review and Voting

Introduction

Microsoft with a big promotional company “We are good for Open Source” try to convince us today that corporation with negative reputation can make the big and high-quality open source cross-platform product. Big step – MS released their Visual Studio Code under Linux – unbelievable thing for the old leadership with Steve Ballmer and Bill Gates.

In other side – Github also don’t need an advertisement and now is the one of the biggest icons in Open Source and the biggest hosting of source code. Slogan “A hackable text editor for the 21st Century” sounds like a “just another Emacs alternative”. In this article we try to understand ‘who is who’ and describe all bad and good things.

Why comparison of this two editor with steroids is very interested? Because they are very similar – both use Chromium and Electron Framework; both have some popularity in “new wave” of editors for software development and some visual likeness.
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