How Monaco Editor enhances the experience for coding candidates?

Monaco editor empowers developers to showcase their skills in a better way


Developer experience is a priority for us, and we are continuously updating our features to provide an amazing experience. We have embedded our IDE with Monaco editor that powers Visual Studio Code (VS Code). Monaco editor packs in a powerful IntelliSense with features such as context-aware autocomplete and keyboard shortcuts.

What does Monaco Editor bring to the table?

1. Auto-complete with IntelliSense

IntelliSense is a code-completion tool with features such as complete word, parameter information, quick information, and list members. These features help developers to focus on their coding logic in an environment that is familiar to them.

Currently, this feature is enabled only for C, C++, Java, JavaScript, Python 2, Python 3 languages.

VS Code IntelliSense features are powered by a language service. A language service provides intelligent code completions based on language semantics and an analysis of your source code. If a language service knows possible completions, the IntelliSense suggestions will pop up as you type. If you continue typing characters, the list of members (variables, methods, etc.) is filtered to only include members containing your typed characters.


2. Monaco Editor with IntelliSenseMonaco-editor-with-intellisense

Monaco Editor with IntelliSense provides features that facilitate highly productive source code editing, such as object references, current line highlighting, and syntax colorization. These elements help developers easily gain more insight into their code logic and stay on top of the parameters they’re using.

3. Code Linting


The real-time code linting feature highlights syntactical and stylistic problems in the source code. It helps candidates identify and correct precise programming errors or unconventional coding practices that can lead to errors.

For example, linting detects the use of an uninitialized or undefined variable, calls to undefined functions, missing parentheses, and issues such as attempting to redefine built-in types or functions.

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