It looks like the Atom code editor will continue to develop after the recent GitHub Obtain By Microsoft.
After the latest news of Microsoft’s acquisition of GitHub, many users worry about the future of popular free and open source code editors atom, Developed by GitHub. Owned by Lee Dom, GitHub’s open source community manager Guarantee The user said “Atom is still the key to GitHub”, but he did not disclose any details.
Thank you all for your attention. I have guaranteed that Atom is still the key to GitHub. Our product roadmap has been determined and the team will continue all their work.
This is Microsoft’s only statement about the future of Atom since the announcement of the GitHub transaction (or at least the only statement I can find). I think this can be said to be formal, but a good blog post explains the issue. All content I believe Atom users will be very grateful. I say this because you can anticipate user concerns-after all, Microsoft did not completely like open source in the past, but also because Atom and Visual Studio code, This is a source code editor developed by Microsoft for Windows, Linux and macOS.
Related: Official Atom repository for Ubuntu, Debian, Fedora, Red Hat, CentOS and openSUSE
Atom is a free and open source text editor that runs on Linux, Microsoft Windows, and MacOS developed by GitHub. The application is based on Electron (formerly known as Atom Shell), which supports plugins written in Node.js and embedded Git Control. This editor is called “the 21st century crackable text editor” by its developers, and its first stable version was released in June 2015.