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At the Build 2015 developer conference, in addition to the release of Microsoft Edge browser and the preview version of the brand new Windows 10, the biggest surprise was the release of Visual Studio Code – a free, open-source and cross-platform code editor for programming modern Web and cloud applications. Its direct competitors are Sublime Text, Atom, Vim, Notepad++, Brackets, etc. In order to improve its competitiveness, it even provides keyboard shortcuts installation for them all.