Wednesday, November 18, 2020

I change IDE Android Studio to Visual Code on Mac Big Sur

 
Visual Code on Mac Big Sur


It's been a month since I used Visual Code as new editor to create or develop flutter apps. I really like it because of the lightweight that I feel mostly. I haven't had a problem so far, but some little issue where I can't add widget using shortcut key like Android Studio does using alt+enter. So I need to do it manually with clicking hint lamp symbol then I choose adding parent widget or stream builder or removing it from parent tree. It's a little bit annoying but for me the performence is more important. I haven't searched the way Android did but later maybe.

And the second thing is about Mac Big Sur that I've installed on my macbook air '17. Before I run Mac OS Catalina of course. There's one headache issue about NVRM SSD. It's when my mac will restart randomly when doing heavy things like compiling or opening many tab browser. It's so weird I tried to reinstall my mac many times. And the result is the same, I think I need to replace the SSD with old one because Now the SSD is updated 256GB and different type I forget the name. But the old one that this macbook own is Samsung SSD. but It's already solved with removing RAM and inserting again.

BTW I still installed Android Studio because I need it for Android testing purpose and emulator. What I feel when upgrading Mac Big Sur is the compile time a little bit more fast. I don't install games or editor video or photo. So the size space only for development and it doesn't take much space so far.