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Anton Bozhinov
Anton Bozhinov
12,381 Points

Can I use another code editor instead, like Brackets for example? Or it's better to stick with the workspace here ?

I'm just curious if it will affect some how the process of learning? Or will it be an obstacle later on in the course?

2 Answers

Alex Heil
Alex Heil
53,534 Points

hey Anton Bozhinov , actually workspaces is a great tool that can make learning a lot easier (especially in the beginning) as all the files are already there for you. having that said if you feel more comfortable with your own editor then there's absolutely nothing wrong with going that route as well. at the end it comes down to your own preference so I'd recommend to use whatever feels best for you ;)

derekverrilli
derekverrilli
8,841 Points

You can use your own but to follow along you will have to download the project files .zip.