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Developing Wolfram Language Code in Other Editors and IDEs with LSP

The notebook front end is a great tool for developing Wolfram Language, but there are other editors and IDEs that users may want to use. I will demonstrate new integration with Sublime Text and Visual Studio Code using Language Server Protocol (LSP); cool features such as syntax highlighting, diagnostics, suggestions for fixes and code formatting; and editor-specific functionality such as Goto Definition in Sublime and semantic highlighting in Visual Studio Code.

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