It was really easy for me to test this software. I just chucked Widgets in there.
Oh, look at that… it found four errors. Did Visual Studio Code find those errors with IDs — nope. I would have fixed that already.
Ah… and look at that… it’s the Developer Tools…
That’s nice. That would have made a huge difference about a year ago. HA HA! I wasted a lot of time jumping back and forth between Visual Studio Code and Safari.
I don’t think it likes my scroll settings though.
…and the “i” icon for toggling the Developer Tools didn’t work, not at first.
Those are minor glitches, easily overlooked. This could almost be my daily driver, except it doesn’t have Git.
…and I’m not happy with the way multiple files work. It opens a new window each time… With Visual Studio Code, I can open whole folders, have multiple files open in tabs and I can easily compare the differences between two files.
Also, this doesn’t seem to change much…
It’s pretty good. I think it needs more though. It’s a little too light weight. I suppose my major complaint with Whisk is that it took too much attention from Hype. Although, it looks like Whisk is more popular than Hype…