It can be defined as a high-level, dynamic, interpreted language used with HTML web applications. It is also used for non-web documents such as PDFs and desktop widgets.
There they continue to explain “The source code is usually written in a high-level human-readable language, such as Java or C++. A programmer writes source code in a code editor or integrated development environment (IDE) that includes an editor, saving the source code in one or more text files. A compiler compatible with the source programming language reads the files, parses the code, and translates it into a format suitable for the target platform.
Among its main functions are:
The negative point maybe its high cost. For companies, it is around 649 thousand dollars per year, while for individual use it can cost up to 129 thousand dollars per year.
In a Linuxhint article, they explain “Atom is a simple but powerful code editor created by GitHub. It is a free open-source text editor and has the best GitHub integration. The best part is that Atom has the ability to easily browse and edit projects in a single window. It's good for running large, complex projects that can use all of its modular features. However, it also has a drawback, that Atom is very resource intensive and even on powerful machines, it becomes slow, especially if packages are not managed properly.”
It is a free and open-source compiler, which is supported by Adobe. Among its benefits, it stands out that it is fast, lightweight, and comes integrated with a perception interface, which makes it ideal for beginners. Coming with excellent preprocessor support, it focuses on creating visual tools. One of its most striking features is that it allows the user to work on code without opening multiple windows.
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