What is your favorite code editor ?

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Tommy

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Hello,

What is your favorite code editor for writing codes HTML, PHP, ASP, Javascript, XML, Jquery...etc
can you share best tool that you are using ?. It's good for everyone to know about some good tool for programming environment/text editor.
with me, Notepad++ is best tool, what about you ?

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I like rendering script real time, but not with Dream Weaver.

I use cPanel's "Code Editor", for some reason I want code laid out out and ready to be improved or updated with ease.

Dream Weaver and CP's Code Editor render spaces in code differently from one another.
 

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I also use Notepad++ when I am editing code offline. It's a great editor and I use it most of the time.
 

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Notepad ++ is the best editor for beginners but after mastering the language and systaxe, you can use dream weaver.
 

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Programmers notepad is the 1 for me. Before that i uses bluefish, also not bad but a hassle to install.
 

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I like to edit the code using the following code editor:
TextWrangler
JEdit
 

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Notepad is cool for me, I feel alright using it, may be bcos I am addicted to it
 

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Dreamweaver is very nice, but it still adds chance code specific to DW.

Im partial to Notepad++.

It is expandable via plugins, and arises ordinary with a script editor, and has about 40 languages it can highlight. It also includes a functions list.
The good portion about it is that it is free, and it suitables on my flash drive.
 

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Notepad++ and Dreamweaver both are best code editor. Dreamweaver is mainly suitable for beginner developers.
 

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I used to dabble with DreamWeaver. While it works for some, with big IDEs being efficient for large projects and people who need tons of stuff right at their fingertips, it just felt cumbersome and bloated for me.
 

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i used to DreamWeaver,UltraEdit,edit the static page,html and javascript,used to eclipes,edit Java code.
 

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Hi i am using code editor notepad++, Dreamweaver for html, java script, PHP, XML the best code editor and comfortable.
 

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I use NotePad++ for code reading and simple editing. But I make software using Eclipse IDE both for Java and C/C++ and it's great for me. I used Lazarus for some Pascal projects in the past.
 

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My favorite code editor tool is note pad and micro media dream weaver. It is very convenient for me
 

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Well, I also like Dreamweaver which pretty good and easy to operate, but I also want to know what others peoples use for web designing.
 

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IntelliJ IDEA, Constructorizer, UltraEdit is good

But actually Dreamweaver can do anything...
 

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Microsoft visual studio is the best code editor tool among all the code editor. By the help of code editor you can develop as well as design a websites & no need for transferring anywhere for other work.
 

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Sublime Text 2 is my favorite code editor. I tried Dreamweaver, Netbeans, Notepad++ and much more... But they didn't have this elegance, this lightness and cool look. I'm using it for HTMl, CSS, JS and PHP - works fine.
 

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This is the first time I've ever heard about Sublime Text 2 :), I will change my editor to your favorite Text editor program when I have chance.
 

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Like to work on both notepad++ and dreamweaver both are easy and good coding tools.
 
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