What’s New in the Open Source Atom and Visual Studio Code Editors

David Ramel. ADTMag. 2016-08-05.
Both the Visual Studio Code and Atom open source code editors, which share technology roots, have come out with updates this week.
Besides being free, open source code editors, the two projects share a lineage to the Electron framework developed by GitHub, which continues to sponsor Atom. In fact, Electron was formerly known as Atom Shell, Wikipedia explains. And Microsoft’s VS Code tool also leverages the Electron shell, which was updated along with the code editor in the April release.
Here’s a look at new features announced for both projects this week

[What’s New in the Open Source Atom and Visual Studio Code Editors]

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