I’ve been using the Visual Studio Code editor for the last couple of weeks and thought I would share my experience. I’ve mainly used this in a plain ‘ole polymer application which consists of html files. Using the editor this way has shown some of it’s shortcomings. Don’t get me wrong, I think it’s a fine editor and has a lot of features I really like. However with CSS, HTML and JavaScript all residing in the same file, a lot of the typeahead features just don’t work, which is my biggest complaint. So onto my review, I’ll first start with my dislikes: JavaScript intellisense doesn’t work with JavaScript embedded in an

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I’ve been using the Visual Studio Code editor for the last couple of weeks and thought I would share my experience. I’ve mainly used this in a plain ‘ole polymer application which consists of html files. Using the editor this way has shown some of it’s shortcomings. Don’t get me wrong, I think it’s a fine editor and has a lot of features I really like. However with CSS, HTML and JavaScript all residing in the same file, a lot of the typeahead features just don’t work, which is my biggest complaint. So onto my review, I’ll first start with my dislikes: JavaScript intellisense doesn’t work with JavaScript embedded in an

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Recently Microsoft has started airing commercials about connecting people and connections with people. I’ve only been able to find these on the Microsoft website. With all the talk lately about Lotus/IBM marketing, this is a prime example of where IBM dropped the ball. How is it that IBM/Lotus has a product named Connections and it’s Microsoft doing the connections commercials? Of course, there is no official response from IBM on this, at least that I know of. That’s not to say that something hasn’t been said, but surely I’m not the only person in the Lotus Blogosphere that’s seen these commercials and thought this? Share This:

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Recently Microsoft has started airing commercials about connecting people and connections with people. I’ve only been able to find these on the Microsoft website. With all the talk lately about Lotus/IBM marketing, this is a prime example of where IBM dropped the ball. How is it that IBM/Lotus has a product named Connections and it’s Microsoft doing the connections commercials? Of course, there is no official response from IBM on this, at least that I know of. That’s not to say that something hasn’t been said, but surely I’m not the only person in the Lotus Blogosphere that’s seen these commercials and thought this? Share This:

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