Webstorm vs Code VS 2019?

A couple of years ago, used Webstorm, it was not equal in functionality, then moved on to Vs code, it is now very developed and very steep. But apparently webstorm is also not standing still.
So in 2019 than webstorm is really superior to the vscode?
And can have what is even more cool ide for front-end?
March 23rd 20 at 19:06
4 answers
March 23rd 20 at 19:08
I'd like to stop paying every year for WebStorm and free opensorce software, but...

A simple example: there are export class MyClass {} in the file MyClass.js, rename the class, WebStorm offers at the same time rename the file and fixes all imports. And such trifles, which are removed from human stupid manual work-complete. In VS there is no such Code.
there - alene.Ha commented on March 23rd 20 at 19:11
intellicode/path, something like this - alene.Ha commented on March 23rd 20 at 19:14
@'alene.Ha, I understood nothing, sorry. What is it? - sonia.Frami commented on March 23rd 20 at 19:17
@sonia.Frami, extension: https://marketplace.visualstudio.com/items?itemNam... - greta.Kuhn39 commented on March 23rd 20 at 19:20
@greta.Kuhn39, put the extension, opened router.ts in your project, hit Ctrl+F2 and rename the constant in the routr. The file name is not changed. Worse, in the main.ts remained import {router}. STDNT? - sonia.Frami commented on March 23rd 20 at 19:23
March 23rd 20 at 19:10
Oh, well, it's holivarnaya topic. At first glance, webstorm out of the box can do more than VS Code. But VS Code great zapilivaetsya extensions, and very cool. Extensions are written is also quite easy as the browser. Yes, and in my opinion, VS Code runs faster than webstorm, and eats less memory (I remember about the electron) than webstorm.
March 23rd 20 at 19:12
I think everyone works for what used to work, and it will compliment your IDE or code editor. For the time I worked with the following IDE for writing JS code and they all seemed to me nothing:
  • Adobe Dreamweaver
  • Eclipse
  • Komodo IDE
  • Codelobster
  • NetBeans IDE
  • Visual Studio

But the web was not in place, there were new standards js, npm, ESLint, grunt, gulp, webpack, etc. This six less have time for fashion only Visual Studio. Time is of course very figuratively. About the rest, I generally keep quiet.
And when I met with WebStorm I am sure once bribed its functionality, modernity, following the trends in web development. So that's what I mean, VS Code is of course also a good editor, but its main plus it is free. In terms of functionality, modernity and convenience at WebStorm has no competitors. But you can only understand it using if not all, at least half of its capabilities. Many of its features are open only curious people.

P. S. Many people say that VS Code there are plugins, but all somehow forget that WS has them.
March 23rd 20 at 19:14
It's like conditional Renault and BMW, like both machine, but in the second you're getting and everything is in its place, it's a very different feeling.

Here's the difference somewhere like that, although to go on the VS code can.

But as an auxiliary editor VS code divine!

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