Github Copilot is an AI-powered code completion tool that assists developers in writing code by suggesting snippets of code based on the context of their project. It uses machine learning to learn from billions of lines of code and helps developers save time and write code faster.
Advanced Code Completion: Just type the name of an algorithm, css cdn library, loop, conditional statement or a framework and Copilot completes the code.
Advanced Debugging: If your code has issues, Github Copilot will automatically offer solutions.
Fune Tuning / Tips:
- Suggestions matching public code: Allow or Block code suggestions matching public code.
- Telemetry: Allow or Block GitHub from using your code snippets for product improvements.
Github Copilot Pros:
- Fast & efficient programming
- Handles tedious tasks like ponctuations or code block comments
- Can be educative and help expand your horizons
- Extensively capable of autocompletion from many perspectives
Github Copilot Cons:
- Occasionally makes bad suggestions
- Creates passive programming habits and might program your brain to be lazy
- Much harder to fix code you haven't written at first place
- Limited to specific IDEs like Visual Studio Code, Visual Studio, JetBrains IDE, and Neovim
- No free version
Github Copilot Price:
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Price: $10 per month for Individuals, $19 per month for the Business version
(With Copilot) I have to think less, and when I have to think it’s the fun stuff. It sets off a little spark that makes coding more fun and more efficient.
- Senior Software Engineer
It can help you code faster and with less work by offering suggestions for common tasks and boilerplate code.
It can help you learn new languages and frameworks by showing you examples and best practices.
It can help you explore new ideas and solutions by generating alternative code snippets and functions.
It can help you avoid errors and bugs by checking your syntax and logic.
Copilot for Individuals: $10 per month or $100 per year
Copilot for Business: $25 per month or $250 per year per user.
Github Copilot is powered by OpenAI Codex, while Tabnine is powered by GPT-3.
Github Copilot can generate whole functions and comments, while Tabnine can only generate single lines of code.
Github Copilot can suggest alternative solutions and examples, while Tabnine can only suggest the most likely completion.
Github Copilot requires a subscription fee for most users, while Tabnine offers a free plan with limited features.