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    Visual Studio Code

    okay what youre going to want to get is a text editor that suits you. you can technically pull up your computers notepad and save html and javascript files but theres alot of issues and annoyances people have solved for you and some really neat conveniences as well in some other editors. the one everyone else has got is visual studio code. heres a link. its by microsoft and its free for mac or windows (linux too). i personally use atom because its customizable and more user orientated. to me it feels less like a product of some company, like it was made to be used not just to get people to download it. there are others if you do some googling just dont pay for anything. its not worth it and youre not getting anything special.

  • Atom

    :atom: The hackable text editor

    okay what youre going to want to get is a text editor that suits you. you can technically pull up your computers notepad and save html and javascript files but theres alot of issues and annoyances people have solved for you and some really neat conveniences as well in some other editors. the one everyone else has got is visual studio code. heres a link. its by microsoft and its free for mac or windows (linux too). i personally use atom because its customizable and more user orientated. to me it feels less like a product of some company, like it was made to be used not just to get people to download it. there are others if you do some googling just dont pay for anything. its not worth it and youre not getting anything special.

  • Zigi

    Delete the most useless function ever: context switching.. Zigi monitors Jira and GitHub updates, pings you when PRs need approval and lets you take fast actions - all directly from Slack! Plus it reduces cycle time by up to 75%.

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