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Which is the Best Code Editor?

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

  1. Graybeard

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    ok hmm
    sudo npm install -g eslint
    /usr/local/bin/eslint -> /usr/local/lib/node_modules/eslint/bin/eslint.js
    /usr/local/lib
     
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    Notepad++ all the way. a little more professional for java, html and css go with Brackets.
     
  4. koc.itman

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    Belongs to what is your business
    I have 5 years experience for developing website using php and python
    I used Dreamweaver, notepad++, sublime, php storm,
    I think Sublime text 3 is better
     
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  5. Graybeard

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    Atom nice .deb for LINUX :) looks nice


    Graybeard, Nov 14, 2017
     
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    Atom is the best !
    VS is also great for Microsoft!
     
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  7. Ian_murphy

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    I think that Atom is the best!
     
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  8. sam patra

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    notepad++
    atom.io
    sublinetext
     
  9. vac2018

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    I prefer to use sublime text editor whenever I use to do coding for my job website. It is simple and very easy to use.
     
  10. Paid Affs

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    Notepad++ is best for as codes editor..
     
  11. Graybeard

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    Actually. most IT pros like vi <<< vi - Wikipedia but the learning curve is rather steep. Most computer engineers must learn to use that while studying computer science or something.
     
  12. jowel

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    I use Macromedia Dreamveawer
     
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    brackets. io very easy and good design
     
  14. AdamLatiff

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    Surprised to see Sublime Text isn't mentioned here
     
  15. Graybeard

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    A few things:
    Brackets is problematic with the auto complete if you decide to add a <tag>
    you end up with <tag></tag>what you wanted to enclose There are cumbersome work-a-rounds that work inconsistently this is a long known issue apparently: Tag completion is too aggressive, and prevents typing certain characters. · Issue #3695 · adobe/brackets I like the auto-complete and don't want to disable it. If you start with the tag is very good as thea tag is automatically closed for you -- you can't forget ...

    I had an occasion that I had to use bluegriffon. You can paste spreadsheet content into its WUSIWUG editor and the right HTML is rendered FAST and easy.

    Bottom line: there is no one-size-fits-all in editors for me. I use LINUX gedit a lot for general HTML fixes, JS, PHP, CSS, other code as it is simple and fast to use. nano is a fast to use server editor I like. The right tool is what counts IMHO.
     
  16. Huskke

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    I use only Atom, Sublime Text and Brackets
     
  17. A1coder

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    Atom is one of the best code editor, I am using Atom, and VS for Microsoft languages !
     
  18. ryanwuk

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    Here are some top code editors

    1) Notepad++
    2) Atom
    3) Visual Studio Code
    4) Brackets
    5) gedit
     
  19. Graybeard

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    gedit? lol GNU-LINUX :)
    I use gedit all day universal .txt .css .html .php .sql .php .py .pl .everything :)
    Hardcore ANSI
     
  20. ClickWD

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    For me... Notepad++ does the job. Simple and yet effective.
     
  21. Paiva

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    I am personally using Notepad ++ and recommend that to anyone. It have versions for any operating system as far as I know have a syntax for every programming language I know. It's very light in size and works like a charm, as well as saving where you last coded;)
     
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