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Which is the Best Code Editor?

Discussion in 'Programming and Scripts' started by Kyra Clinic, Apr 23, 2015.

  1. teardroptony9

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    I recommend Atom as I find this to be a very effective code editing tool than others...:)
     
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  3. internalsoul

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    Adobe dreamweaver is my best deal when it comes to coding and editing.
     
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  4. nhuem

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    Notepad++ is my best choice. Eassier and faster :)
     
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  5. donyassine

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    Personally, i prefer NetBeans.
    SublimeText is also a good one.
     
  6. utdream

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    I'll toss in another vote for Sublime Text. It's pluggable and supports every language I've ever tried on it. It's mutli-cursor feature is a massive time-saver - well worth the small sack of coins that it costs.

    For a free editor, I prefer Atom, like several others have mentioned already. Nice to know others share my feelings! lol

    Hope this helps. :)
     
  7. utdream

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    Oh, truth! Netbeans is amazing for Java programming, and I do prefer it over Sublime when I'm working with Java.
     
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  8. martinsmith

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    Sublime text is the best editor..
     
  9. MartinPHP

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    It of course depends on what you want to code :)

    For html, php, javascript: Netbeans!
     
  10. TomTucker

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    Sublime rocks – many themes, custom snippets, plugin available to organise/prettify HTML/CSS/JS, and all for free!
     
  11. Merman Tiun

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    Notepad++
    Very light
    Very handy
    Meet with coders
     
  12. martinsmith

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    Notepad++ and Sublime text editors are best editors..
     
  13. Julia Vento

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    I like Notepad++. It's simple =)
     
  14. iomatt

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    My vote go for Sublime Text

    An excellent code editor with a lot of good features
     
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  15. mrBovy

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    I was used Notepad++ many year until I found Sublime Text.
    Notepad++ is good and simple.
    Sublime Text is very good, font and color is too much suitable for less light working with code. It comfort for my eye.
     
  16. Calvin Jones

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    I have used a couple of code editors but among them all sublime text editor is the ebst. You can import/add different packages and libraries to keep your code clean and organized. In fact, "emmet" is a package library that helps getting code help too.
     
  17. SanjayAffix

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    Well its depend on your exact requirements and skill level.
    If you are a hard core coder and have some experience in installing packages and addon, I would recommend trying sublime or Atom.
    If you want some simpler alternative of sublime, try brackets or visual code editor.
    If you are beginner and do not want to mess a lot, just need to do simple and lighter coding, Notepad++, jedit and bluefish are all good option.
    To be honest web is full of this type of discussion and its depends on your personal choice, comfort and easiness.
    My suggestion is pick one and stick with it, else you will waste lot of your time in choosing, installing and learning these editors.
     
  18. Ayush

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    I think Notepad ++ is best.
     
  19. kderow

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    Personally, I use Sublime Text.

    I recommend you that before choosing one, you should know what you expect from and after, test multiple code editors and choose the most suited to your requirements.
     
  20. Ashley Prince

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    According to me "Dreamweaver" is the best Code Editor.
     
  21. dynastyteam

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    PHP storm, Dreamweaver both are good....
     
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