Whats is your favorite Code Editor

Alexander_K

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I'm also using sublime. It makes to split screen, which is convenient if you work e.g. with HTML+CSS. And it is easy to work with plugins, that make coding process a bit easier.
 

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Notepad++ for me, it is very lite and user friendly.
I also use atom sometimes for the fun of it, but I always go back to Notepad++.

I saw people mention Sublime elsewhere and I am planning on trying it, might be worth looking into.
 

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I like to use Brackets because it has a live preview so anytime you change the code you will see the affect it has on the website you use and it's free!
 

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I'm using Sublime text for editing codes about HTML because it guides the user to make correct codes and it is a user friendly application that can make your code editing more easier. It helps me to familiarize in every single code when I'm editing.
 

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I use multiple code editors, it depends on the day. I use Atom, sublime and visual studio for my code editing
 

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Currently, I love atomio. It’s on GitHub, it’s fully customizable, smart, works on a lot of environments.
 

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Notepad++ because its first one that I learn doing a code editor but dreamweaver is a best 2nd choice.
 

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Sublime text and Notepad++ are the two good code editors for me.
Good luck
 

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Well, most of the time i had used sublime editor 3 and i have also complied the list of best ide for web development on my GoodCore Blog.
 

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+1 for notepad ++
 

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Honestly, I have yet to find a favourite code editor that would satisfy all of my needs. I like editors like Atom and Sublime but they both have serious problems that make them undesirable. E.e. both have performance issues on my laptop, which requires a lightweight editor.

Also Atom had some serious issues about setting up Go, specifically reading the environment variables and lacking features that should be apart of the editor itself, instead of delegating them to packages.

I love Vim for being incredibly versatile, customisation, and high performance, but has a really steep learning curve and by nature some of its features are inherently primitive.

So I’m still waiting to find my holy grail of of code editors, that would totally väblow me away.
 

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I am used with VS code, which is good IDE as well, supports CSS,HTML ,java script, python etc..
 

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Notepad++ without a doubt :)

A very clear UI, with tonnes of plugins and a lot of good resources.
 

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I use Emeditor, it is not too many functions but it is enough and easy to use for users :)
 

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