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CSS CSS Foundations Selectors Using Combinators in Selectors

brackets or sublime or notepad++

I'm not sure which to use

jason chan
jason chan
31,009 Points

sumblimetext with emmet!!!!!!!!!

4 Answers

I love Sublime Text 2 , is the best!! In sublime text there is something called Multiple Cursors and this is the only software where you can find this, is one of the reasons why i use sublime text as my code editor.


and here is the video that you should watch first too see the Multiple Cursors feature in action:


Michael Hulet
Michael Hulet
47,912 Points

That's really a matter of personal opinion. I use Atom, but the text editor I installed on all my school's computer lab's computers to teach the Computer Science club how to web develop was Brackets. I hear Sublime Text is pretty great, too, though

I personally love Sublime 2. Sublime 3 is coming out soon too so that's exciting. I am a bit biased though because I have never tried the others.

I use sublime text. I have become very proficient with its shortcuts and navigation. I do however also like brackets because of its Live Preview feature. The UI is also ver slick.

Again, it is all about preference and how you see it fit. Brackets is somewhat new, but it has lots of extensions and I think it is ideal for Front End Development.

I'll continue to use ST3 until Brackets has extensions that I am looking for.