Last post Dec 07, 2017 01:54 AM by JAYHAWKER
Dec 06, 2017 05:32 PM|JAYHAWKER|LINK
I am in the process of creating an Angular 4 project, and it seems like everything I see suggests u sing visual studio "code" over visual studio "professional". Am I missing something here in that Visual Studio professional can't have an advantage of some
sort for developing an Angular 4 project?
Dec 07, 2017 01:37 AM|Deepak Panchal|LINK
first of all , try to understand the difference between Visual Studio Code and Visual Studio.
VS Code and Visual Studio 2017 are not meant to replace each another, but rather complement each other. Some people like the experience of a full fledged IDE like Visual Studio 2017 while others prefer the experience of a code editor like VS Code. Regardless
of which one you pick you will be productive while developing your next Angular application. Note that at the time of writing this post Visual Studio 2017 is only available on Windows and Mac while VS Code is available on Windows/Linux/Mac as its built using
an electron shell.
you can develop a same project with both visual studio code and visual studio professional. for visual studio professional you need to pay to get extra features and functionality.
so if you are not willing to pay but still want to develop the same project then you can use Visual Studio Code. otherwise if you are available with Visual Studio Professional then I suggest you to develop your project with it.
below are some links will give you detailed information about this topic will help you to solve your issue.
Should I Use Visual Studio 2017 or VS Code For My Next Angular Application?
Integrating the Angular 4 CLI With Visual Studio Professional & Visual Studio Code
What is Visual Studio Code and is it different from Visual studio 2015?
Dec 07, 2017 01:54 AM|JAYHAWKER|LINK
Thanks for the reply. I have VS professional, and expected to develop out of it, but when I start to look at the way others have done it, I keep running into them using Visual Studio Code instead. I would rather use Visual Studio Professional.