New in Datalore: New editor is here – Monaco
fWe’re happy to present a new editor today, Monaco. The Monaco Editor is the code editor that powers VS Code and it is a browser-based version of the VS Code editor. Now let’s dive into the details!
In addition to the quality and typing improvements, the main focus for the editor has been on:
History of changes with checkpoints and side by side live comparison
Error highlighting and linking
New markdown editor
It’s high time to try the new editor now!
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