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What is Sublime Text?
Sublime Text is available for OS X, Windows and Linux. One license is all you need to use Sublime Text on every computer you own, no matter what operating system it uses. Sublime Text uses a custom UI toolkit, optimized for speed and beauty, while taking advantage of native functionality on each platform.
What is Atom?
At GitHub, we're building the text editor we've always wanted. A tool you can customize to do anything, but also use productively on the first day without ever touching a config file. Atom is modern, approachable, and hackable to the core. We can't wait to see what you build with it.
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Best of the best
April 06, 2018 23:13
There are many Text Editors and IDEs available for PHP. Sublime Text is the best of all. I have tried other Text Editors, but Sublime does not leave me at all. I'm used to it and keep using till the end.
An interesting and early look at a new tools platform
February 28, 2014 17:59
Atom is clearly an early look at a new code editor and much work remains to be done to produce a good community, a wide array of plugins as well as improving upon the performance of the product.
That aside, GitHub clearly cares about this product and is working hard to produce something that may well be great. Feedback has been responded to promptly and updates are rolling out to address issues.
The process of producing and publishing plugins is very smooth with a good set of tools to assist in the progress. Documentation is still in progress.
There are still performance problems with larger files and really large files can't be loaded at all. However, this is still a beta, so it remains to be seen what happens here.
A very flexible, semi-native code editor for web technologies
March 02, 2014 04:12
Atom is Github's text editor, at the time of this writing it's still in private beta.
It uses Chromium Embedded at it's core, and integrates with node.js. It provides easy access to extensibility features, including an autocompletion API.
Everything you see in your editor window is in a DOM. This is akin to Codemirror or Ace. Meaning you get both the benefit of debugging your extensions with a webkit console, and the harm of having dom overhead everywhere in your text buffer.
Since the main editor is essentially a browser, you can also preview html directly in the same window. At the time of this writing you can live preview your markdown like with other markdown editors based on similar technology. Currently it's not possible to preview other html pages in there, but it's likely that this is in the works.
Ambitious project bogged down by an ill-advised tech stack.
February 03, 2015 05:43
Atom is a great editor that feels very familiar if you're used to Sublime Text. The UI is almost copied verbatim and you will feel right at home.
It comes with a package manager built right into the system, with plugins as a first class citizen.
All of this greatness comes to a screeching halt though:
Full Stack IDE
June 21, 2016 02:49
I use atom in every bit of programming from markup, styling to customised autocomplete for python and JS. Nuclide theme is an awesome tool for React Native which is light version of both Android Studio and XCode.
Hackable but slow
June 16, 2018 05:46
It is truly a hackable editor but along with that it's very slow and takes lots of memory.
Grupo Gamma Peninsular, SA de CV uses Sublime Text
Escribir código para la programación de aplicaciones móviles con Ionic.
wnda uses Sublime Text
It's simple and very malleable. You can use it anywhere. You can customise it to behave as you want it to behave, look as you want it to look. And you can use it on any desktop operating system.
jhabdas uses Sublime Text
Modify and commit posts using the Git plug-in without ever switching windows.
Cooperative Computing uses Sublime Text
We found Sublime Text as the best text editor on the web. It's fast, reliable, cheap and have tons of extensions available with a big supportive community.
cuu508 uses Sublime Text
Armed with Anaconda plugin and Seti theme, Sublime Text is a great environment to work on Python projects.
reesecode uses Sublime Text
lovely text editor or any programming language you can throw at it. Love it.
romaninsh uses Sublime Text
We use Sublime Text in our screencasts, because it's clean and many new developers love it.
Undisclosed, Do Not Contact or Spam Please uses Sublime Text
Just basic text editing. Like the regex implementation.
josephgodwinkimani uses Sublime Text
Best text editor ever. Having used many editors in the past is this by far the lightest editor when you want to do a quick app or website.
anasancho uses Sublime Text
Self taught : acquired knowledge or skill on one's own initiative.Switching between projects is also lightning fast. Clean interface, quick startup, superb flexibility and powerful features. Platform: OSX 10.8 or later, Windows 7 & 8, Linux
omz13 uses Sublime Text
Pretty much all of my research blog is written or edited using Sublime... except for those times when I use iAwriter.
ViRu-ThE-ViRuS uses Sublime Text
Use this for everything related to files. Has packages for almost anything out there. Stable, fast, and sleek.
Aquarius Logics uses Sublime Text
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Just amazing, superfast and those shortcuts and custom snippets, so cool. Give me more :)
tnm uses Atom
We built Atom, and continue to build it with a group of outstanding open source contributors.
tiferrei uses Atom
My main code editor for everything not iOS, including Ghost themes, swift frameworks, etc.
aharrisonwatt uses Atom
My primary Text Editor. Custom snippets help cut down on boiler plate and keep my work flow efficient.
Sud Web uses Atom
We use Atom and a bunch of userful plugins to handle the code of our websites and apps.
jhabdas uses Atom
I use Atom because it eclipses SublimeText in usability, visual appeal and support for useful coding extensions.
Hushed uses Atom
Atom is an awesome editor, fast to launch (from the shell for any directory or per project), great features and plugins for almost anything the heart desires. The only thing missing are Jetbrain's great tools for refactoring.
jflynn33 uses Atom
Have gone from TextMate to Sublime and now to Atom - in love with it - it's open source, it's got a massive contributor community, and it works well. (A bit slow and bogged down with lots of files, but we'll all make it faster over time)
MykalMachon uses Atom
Atom is the main IDE/Text Editor that I use for ImmaGuess. It's easy to use and the community packages you can get are super helpful.
anasancho uses Atom
Self taught : acquired knowledge or skill on one's own initiative. Platform: OSX 10.8 or later, Windows
SethuSenthil uses Atom
Atom is the most aesthetically pleasing script editor out there period. With all the useful extensions and the unbeatable integration with GitHub, you must give this a try!
HyVive uses Atom
We are using Atom on many of our workstations to be able to have a configurable editor available. It's also provisioned to our Remote Desktops to be able to work with the same tools available as on the Workstations.
doodledudes uses Atom
Tons of free package available and most of all its from github so managing your repo is that easy.