I’m still using PlatformIO and VSCode.
Though I’ve been considering looking for a way to ditch PlatformIO because of one or two problems I’ve had with it, mainly related to updates.
If I change anything, I’ll probably look into finding out how to compile Pokitto programs on the command line, then find a way to hook that up to VSCode or Visual Studio because those are my preferred editors
As for the other options:
I’ve considered trying FemtoIDE but it’s yet another thing to install,
it’s Pokitto specific and there naturally isn’t as much info available compared to a well known multiplatform IDE/editor.
I still have Embitz installed but I haven’t touched it in ages.
Compilation targets and having to have per-project copies of the PokittoLib (which took ages to download because of all the examples included) made it cumbersome to use in my opinion.
And even if I used MicroPython, I’m not a fan of online IDEs.
Even when I tried to use it I was writing the code in a local editor and then copying it across to test it.
I’m really glad to see that effectively nobody is using mbed online anymore.
If nobody is using mbed online then we don’t have to keep C++98/C++03 support in the Pokitto library,
so we have an excuse to start using C++11 features.