Compare Nuclide, Visual Studio Code, and Xfce

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Ratings

Meets Requirements
Meets Requirements
7.8
9.1
8.5
Ease of Use
Ease of Use
6.4
9.0
8.2
Ease of Setup
Ease of SetupNot enough data available
9.2
Not enough data available
Ease of Admin
Ease of AdminNot enough data available
8.6
Not enough data available
Quality of Support
Quality of Support
7.2
8.4
6.9
Ease of Doing Business With
Ease of Doing Business WithNot enough data available
8.9
Not enough data available
Product Direction (% positive)
Product Direction (% positive)
9.2
9.5
8.9
Meets Requirements
Nuclide
7.8
Visual Studio Code
9.1
Xfce
8.5
Ease of Use
Nuclide
6.4
Visual Studio Code
9.0
Xfce
8.2
Ease of Setup
Nuclide
Not enough data available
Visual Studio Code
9.2
Xfce
Not enough data available
Ease of Admin
Nuclide
Not enough data available
Visual Studio Code
8.6
Xfce
Not enough data available
Quality of Support
Nuclide
7.2
Visual Studio Code
8.4
Xfce
6.9
Ease of Doing Business With
Nuclide
Not enough data available
Visual Studio Code
8.9
Xfce
Not enough data available
Product Direction (% positive)
Nuclide
9.2
Visual Studio Code
9.5
Xfce
8.9

Reviewers' Company Size

Small-Business (50 or fewer emp.)
Small-Business
(50 or fewer emp.)
80.0%
43.6%
83.3%
Mid-Market (51-1000 emp.)
Mid-Market
(51-1000 emp.)
13.3%
31.3%
8.3%
Enterprise (> 1000 emp.)
Enterprise
(> 1000 emp.)
6.7%
25.2%
8.3%
Nuclide
Small-Business
80.0%
Mid-Market
13.3%
Enterprise
6.7%
Visual Studio Code
Small-Business
43.6%
Mid-Market
31.3%
Enterprise
25.2%
Xfce
Small-Business
83.3%
Mid-Market
8.3%
Enterprise
8.3%

Reviewers' Industry

 
Internet
33.3%
Computer Software
32.0%
Internet
33.3%
 
Computer Software
26.7%
Information Technology and Services
22.5%
Information Technology and Services
20.0%
 
Information Technology and Services
13.3%
Internet
7.4%
Telecommunications
13.3%
 
Marketing and Advertising
6.7%
Higher Education
3.2%
Religious Institutions
6.7%
 
Leisure, Travel & Tourism
6.7%
Retail
2.3%
Program Development
6.7%
 
Other
13.3%
Other
32.7%
Other
20.0%
Nuclide
Internet
33.3%
Computer Software
26.7%
Information Technology and Services
13.3%
Marketing and Advertising
6.7%
Leisure, Travel & Tourism
6.7%
Other
13.3%
Visual Studio Code
Computer Software
32.0%
Information Technology and Services
22.5%
Internet
7.4%
Higher Education
3.2%
Retail
2.3%
Other
32.7%
Xfce
Internet
33.3%
Information Technology and Services
20.0%
Telecommunications
13.3%
Religious Institutions
6.7%
Program Development
6.7%
Other
20.0%

Reviews

Most Helpful Favorable Review
Most Helpful Favorable Review
Tomás C.
User in Education Management

Nuclide is based in ATOM IDE and it contains a lot of plugins that improve the usability and the productivity of the developer that is using it. It's awesome for web development.

Rafael A.
Industry Analyst / Tech Writer in Internet

Visual Studio Code is really lightweight, works perfectly in Linux and OS X, which are my primary operating systems. The feature to open a folder is great and allows you to search through code files easily. The fact that's Open Source is great because it...

G2 Crowd User in Telecommunications

Very traditional, easy to use menus, fast to boot

Most Helpful Critical Review
Most Helpful Critical Review
Greg S.
User in Computer Software

The tools a little too targeted. If you don't use mercurial or Buck or whatever else facebook feels is the best technology to use you're kinda out of luck. The toolbar should probably have the package manager too.

Richard M.
User

I do not like that sometimes the environment gets dirty and gives unknown errors and the only way to repair them is by restarting the environment. It can improve the speed of the environment and the integration with different platforms.

Spencer M.
User in Internet

- Had some display issues, and googling around always came across tips for Ubuntu that were not helpful. - Had a similar experience with the WiFi

 
Nuclide
Most Helpful Favorable Review
Tomás C.
User in Education Management

Nuclide is based in ATOM IDE and it contains a lot of plugins that improve the usability and the productivity of the developer that is using it. It's awesome for web development.

Most Helpful Critical Review
Greg S.
User in Computer Software

The tools a little too targeted. If you don't use mercurial or Buck or whatever else facebook feels is the best technology to use you're kinda out of luck. The toolbar should probably have the package manager too.

Visual Studio Code
Most Helpful Favorable Review
Rafael A.
Industry Analyst / Tech Writer in Internet

Visual Studio Code is really lightweight, works perfectly in Linux and OS X, which are my primary operating systems. The feature to open a folder is great and allows you to search through code files easily. The fact that's Open Source is great because it...

Most Helpful Critical Review
Richard M.
User

I do not like that sometimes the environment gets dirty and gives unknown errors and the only way to repair them is by restarting the environment. It can improve the speed of the environment and the integration with different platforms.

Xfce
Most Helpful Favorable Review
G2 Crowd User in Telecommunications

Very traditional, easy to use menus, fast to boot

Most Helpful Critical Review
Spencer M.
User in Internet

- Had some display issues, and googling around always came across tips for Ubuntu that were not helpful. - Had a similar experience with the WiFi

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