Note: Peter told me to put this here in #discuss so please don’t flag me.
I’ve built an extension development tool for those who want the full power of a desktop IDE, with the one-click convenience of limited online extension IDEs.
This is AIX Studio, the result of pain in extension development and a commitment to improving things. AIX Studio is an IDE based off of Visual Studio Code (VS Code is open source). Many things are similar, but there’s a huge difference. AIX Studio has many features built right in for extension development, including one-click local builds, speedy cloud builds, instant access to Javadocs, and more. Also Stack Overflow is built in because most of us extension developers usually need it.
AIX Studio is also designed to be
~fancy~ so you can impress your fellow extension developer friends.
Since AIX Studio is based off of Visual Studio Code, you can even collaborate with Visual Studio Code users and AIX Studio users with Live Share.
Starting a new project is also easier than ever thanks to built-in templates.
So what are you waiting for? Get AIX Studio for Windows today! (Don’t worry, Mac users, I’m working on a version for macOS. Meanwhile, you can try running it in Wine.)