On Fri, Oct 20, 2017 at 12:53:50AM +0530, Jogender Kvs wrote:
On Thu, Oct 5, 2017 at 12:17 AM, Paul W. Frields <stickster(a)gmail.com>
> On Tue, Oct 03, 2017 at 11:57:25PM +0530, Jogender Kvs wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I would like to write the following article:
> > Summary: Install Visual Studio Code in Fedora
> > Description: This article is aimed to tell viewers about a powerful
> > code editor i.e. Visual Studio Code and can they install it in their
> > system. After this the article will also guide you through certain steps
> > that the viewers can follow after the installation. The general blueprint
> > is as follow:
> > • What is Visual Studio Code? And its Advantages
> > • How to install Visual Studio Code
> > • After installation – Some useful commands
> > • Installing Packages
> > • Themes
> > If you like the idea then please let me know.
> Hearty +1 on this idea. A couple ideas:
> * In talking about VSCode and advantages, definitely explain its open
> source nature. (Does it have a community of non-MS contributors?
> * How does it compare to using something like Atom or even standard
@Paul, thanks a lot for the suggestions, I have worked on the same.
I have explained the open source nature of the editor, and am not sure if
there is a community of non-MS contributors, but there are surely other
non-MS developers contributing to the same.
I have added my pitch here and am yet to add the comparative study of
the editors, to hero VSCode :)
I quite like this article. Here are some tips for you to try in
tuning up the draft a bit:
* Try to eliminate "we" or "I" in articles. Instead, just give
command-style instructions where needed, like "Type the following
* Describe a bit more beyond the simple file and theme functions. Can
you show the debugger and the git integration a little more fully?
Thanks and we look forward to reading your revisions!
Paul W. Frields http://paul.frields.org/
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