Visla

Apps & Web with intelligent simplicity

4.94/5 (8 Reviews)
Visla delivers tailor made apps & software products for businesses. We design them with intelligent simplicity. We focus on what's really most important for your business and your users.
$25 - $49/hr
10 - 49
2016
Poland, United Arab Emirates
Visla
Apps & Web with intelligent simplicity
4.94/5 (8 Reviews)
Client Reviews
Website and Online Booking Platform Build-out
Reviewed 2 weeks, 3 days ago by Seth Metsker
Role: Chief Investment Officer, Alternative Asset Management at Kougarok Capital Advisors
The team at Visla was able to consitently execute and problem solve throughout the build process while staying on the timeline and within the original budget. Would highly recommend to anyone needing a more robust flexible website solution as compared to Squarespace or Wix
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Services:
Web Designing (UI/UX)
Project Budget:
$10001 to $50000
Project Duration:
12 Weeks
Project Status:
Completed
Fantastic Job - Very Fast Development Process for Both IOS and Android
Reviewed 10 months ago by Greg Cassar
Role: Internet Marketing Strategist at The Collective
We had tight time frames to get our product live prior to investment meetings. Andrew and the team agreed scope and deadlines with me. They then delivered in advance. I gave 2 or 3 rounds of feedback and it was all executed on straight away. I refer all my clients to Visla and will use them again for future rounds of dev.
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Services:
Mobile App Development
Project Status:
In progress
Research Rank
Reviews
Portfolio
Market Penetration
Experience
UI/ UX
Responsiveness
41/60
7.10
6.55
6.41
6.90
7.14
7.06
Services
  • Mobile App Development
  • Custom Software Development
  • Web Development
  • UX/UI Research & Design
Focus
Service Focus
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Camps Australia Wide Mobile Application
Portfolio
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Question & Answer
Though a wide variety of online and offline editing tools have been introduced in the market today, nothing can lessen down the importance and need of text editors. From editing a college essay, to writing long blocks of code, you can edit anything using a text editor.  Text editors are a dedicated program to open, view, and edit the plain text files and unlike the Word Processor, they do not add formatting to the texts. They are purely focused on editing plain texts. For example, if you are working on an Apple MacBook, the NotesApp can technically be regarded as your text editor on that system. If you are using a Windows-based computer, then a NotePad can be your basic text-editing program.    Now, before analyzing which text editor is better, let us first check out why text editors are so important?  The majority of features in all text editors are similar. Let us check some of them that are of immense advantage from a coder’s perspective:  · Like Word Processor, Text Editing software is easy-to-use and navigates easily.  · It has a ‘Find and Replace’ feature that helps you to change a single word in the whole file with a few clicks only.  · Cut, Copy, Paste feature is again similar to Word Processor.  · Unlike Word Processor, it can handle UTF-8 encoded text.  · Unlike Word Processor, it has a Syntax Highlighting feature that makes it easier to read code and pick up errors.  · It holds customizable appearance like modifying color schemes, font sizes, etc.  · It is scriptable and offers some plugin mechanism. It lets the programmer customize the editor with an additional feature.  Now, let us move to discuss the two premier Text Editing solutions available for all types of users.  1. Sublime Text    Sublime Text Editor though costs up to $80 for three years of span, but it also comes with a free trial. It works on all Mac, Linux, and Windows-based machines for business as well as personal usage. It is a proprietary cross-platform source code editor that comes with the Python application programming interface (API). It supports many programming and markup languages natively and allows the users to add functions community-built functions that are maintained under free-software licenses. The stable version 3.2.2 Build 3211 of this text editor is released on October 1, 2019.  2. Visual Studio Code    Visual Studio Code is a Microsoft produced source-code editor that works on Windows, Linux, and MacOS. It supports GitHub, embedded Git Control, debugging, snippets, intelligent code completion, syntax highlighting, and code refactoring features. The system is highly customizable and allows the users to change the keyboard shortcuts, theme, preferences, and install extensions that add additional functionality. It is a free and open-source text editing solution that has been released under MIT license.  Visual Studio Code can be used with a variety of programming languages. It is based on Electron – an open source framework that is used to deploy Node.js applications. The stable version 1.39.2 of the software has been released on October 16, 2019.  A small comparative analysis on this;  When Sublime Text is just a ‘text editor,’ Visual Studio Code is an exceptional Integrated Development Environment (IDE). Sublime Text is, though, an excellent framework that offers the quickest way to organize and write your code, it cannot debug the code. On the other hand, Visual Studio Code allows the programmers to both write and test code.  Sublime Text is best for beginners. It is quick and easy to write code and navigate throughout the interface. Visual Studio Code offers more hand-holding, but it is a perfect option for debugging functionality.  The above comparison is only based on few parameters. The best way to understand the software would be to download and give a try that seems suitable for your project.
Though a wide variety of online and offline editing tools have been introduced in the market today, nothing can lessen down the importance and need of text editors. From editing a college essay, to writing long blocks of code, you can edit anything using a text editor.  Text editors are a dedicated program to open, view, and edit the plain text files and unlike the Word Processor, they do not add formatting to the texts. They are purely focused on editing plain texts. For example, if you are working on an Apple MacBook, the NotesApp can technically be regarded as your text editor on that system. If you are using a Windows-based computer, then a NotePad can be your basic text-editing program.    Now, before analyzing which text editor is better, let us first check out why text editors are so important?  The majority of features in all text editors are similar. Let us check some of them that are of immense advantage from a coder’s perspective:  · Like Word Processor, Text Editing software is easy-to-use and navigates easily.  · It has a ‘Find and Replace’ feature that helps you to change a single word in the whole file with a few clicks only.  · Cut, Copy, Paste feature is again similar to Word Processor.  · Unlike Word Processor, it can handle UTF-8 encoded text.  · Unlike Word Processor, it has a Syntax Highlighting feature that makes it easier to read code and pick up errors.  · It holds customizable appearance like modifying color schemes, font sizes, etc.  · It is scriptable and offers some plugin mechanism. It lets the programmer customize the editor with an additional feature.  Now, let us move to discuss the two premier Text Editing solutions available for all types of users.  1. Sublime Text    Sublime Text Editor though costs up to $80 for three years of span, but it also comes with a free trial. It works on all Mac, Linux, and Windows-based machines for business as well as personal usage. It is a proprietary cross-platform source code editor that comes with the Python application programming interface (API). It supports many programming and markup languages natively and allows the users to add functions community-built functions that are maintained under free-software licenses. The stable version 3.2.2 Build 3211 of this text editor is released on October 1, 2019.  2. Visual Studio Code    Visual Studio Code is a Microsoft produced source-code editor that works on Windows, Linux, and MacOS. It supports GitHub, embedded Git Control, debugging, snippets, intelligent code completion, syntax highlighting, and code refactoring features. The system is highly customizable and allows the users to change the keyboard shortcuts, theme, preferences, and install extensions that add additional functionality. It is a free and open-source text editing solution that has been released under MIT license.  Visual Studio Code can be used with a variety of programming languages. It is based on Electron – an open source framework that is used to deploy Node.js applications. The stable version 1.39.2 of the software has been released on October 16, 2019.  A small comparative analysis on this;  When Sublime Text is just a ‘text editor,’ Visual Studio Code is an exceptional Integrated Development Environment (IDE). Sublime Text is, though, an excellent framework that offers the quickest way to organize and write your code, it cannot debug the code. On the other hand, Visual Studio Code allows the programmers to both write and test code.  Sublime Text is best for beginners. It is quick and easy to write code and navigate throughout the interface. Visual Studio Code offers more hand-holding, but it is a perfect option for debugging functionality.  The above comparison is only based on few parameters. The best way to understand the software would be to download and give a try that seems suitable for your project.

Though a wide variety of online and offline editing tools have been introduced in the market today, nothing can lessen down the importance and need of text editors. From editing a college essay, to writing long blocks of code, you can edit anything using a text editor. 

Text editors are a dedicated program to open, view, and edit the plain text files and unlike the Word Processor, they do not add formatting to the texts. They are purely focused on editing plain texts. For example, if you are working on an Apple MacBook, the NotesApp can technically be regarded as your text editor on that system. If you are using a Windows-based computer, then a NotePad can be your basic text-editing program. 

 

Now, before analyzing which text editor is better, let us first check out why text editors are so important? 

The majority of features in all text editors are similar. Let us check some of them that are of immense advantage from a coder’s perspective: 

· Like Word Processor, Text Editing software is easy-to-use and navigates easily. 

· It has a ‘Find and Replace’ feature that helps you to change a single word in the whole file with a few clicks only. 

· Cut, Copy, Paste feature is again similar to Word Processor. 

· Unlike Word Processor, it can handle UTF-8 encoded text. 

· Unlike Word Processor, it has a Syntax Highlighting feature that makes it easier to read code and pick up errors. 

· It holds customizable appearance like modifying color schemes, font sizes, etc. 

· It is scriptable and offers some plugin mechanism. It lets the programmer customize the editor with an additional feature. 

Now, let us move to discuss the two premier Text Editing solutions available for all types of users. 

1. Sublime Text 

 

Sublime Text Editor though costs up to $80 for three years of span, but it also comes with a free trial. It works on all Mac, Linux, and Windows-based machines for business as well as personal usage. It is a proprietary cross-platform source code editor that comes with the Python application programming interface (API). It supports many programming and markup languages natively and allows the users to add functions community-built functions that are maintained under free-software licenses. The stable version 3.2.2 Build 3211 of this text editor is released on October 1, 2019. 

2. Visual Studio Code 

 

Visual Studio Code is a Microsoft produced source-code editor that works on Windows, Linux, and MacOS. It supports GitHub, embedded Git Control, debugging, snippets, intelligent code completion, syntax highlighting, and code refactoring features. The system is highly customizable and allows the users to change the keyboard shortcuts, theme, preferences, and install extensions that add additional functionality. It is a free and open-source text editing solution that has been released under MIT license. 

Visual Studio Code can be used with a variety of programming languages. It is based on Electron – an open source framework that is used to deploy Node.js applications. The stable version 1.39.2 of the software has been released on October 16, 2019. 

A small comparative analysis on this; 

When Sublime Text is just a ‘text editor,’ Visual Studio Code is an exceptional Integrated Development Environment (IDE). Sublime Text is, though, an excellent framework that offers the quickest way to organize and write your code, it cannot debug the code. On the other hand, Visual Studio Code allows the programmers to both write and test code. 

Sublime Text is best for beginners. It is quick and easy to write code and navigate throughout the interface. Visual Studio Code offers more hand-holding, but it is a perfect option for debugging functionality. 

The above comparison is only based on few parameters. The best way to understand the software would be to download and give a try that seems suitable for your project.

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Krasickiego 24A, Warsaw, Warsaw 02-611
Poland
+48222085582
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