|Re: [ui-best-practices-working-group] [ide-dev] VS Code|
From: <ui-best-practices-working-group-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx> on behalf of Bruno Medeiros <bruno.do.medeiros@xxxxxxxxx>
Reply-To: UX Group <ui-best-practices-working-group@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thursday, September 15, 2016 at 9:01 AM
To: UX Group <ui-best-practices-working-group@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Subject: Re: [ui-best-practices-working-group] [ide-dev] VS Code
I think that’s a great point. A lot of people, myself included, love Eclipse because it can do everything I need when building software. There is a lot of automation that just works and takes care of things for me, makes me more productive. It can only do that because it’s heavy weight.
People who don’t care so much about automation, just want to type their code in and run it will want something more lightweight and simple.
I mentioned I was worried that VS Code would fall into the same traps we have when trying to do more, but we also need to be careful that Eclipse doesn’t become so simple we start to lose functionality users expect.