Some, of course, prefer to stick with the likes of Vim,
those who prize the ability to edit, anyway.
Hey I'm very interested in all the add-ons that should make development easier, and have tried it out. Ouch! It is not just the butterflies when changing environments but rather the large gaps and missing features in *editing* that bring up the gorge.
It's an IDE! A debugging environment! If your development style is to change a character and then click run, woo! But if you type code more than a half line at a time, you might care about *editing*. Which are you doing more - typing or clicking?
I guess it bothers me that they obviously really care about giving us tools for development, without caring nearly as much about editing. This is a repeat of Adobe's 'Brackets', where when asked about bracket/brace/paren bouncing, they said "huh?". Without having used a good editor, you can't develop a good editor...