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hmtl editor or text editors

is there any text editor that is almost exactly the same to workspaces at least in its functions (auto fill, preview, etc)?, or in the tracks and librarys at some point they show you how to use a specific one ?

3 Answers

Sublime Text is pretty awesome. Its got a lot of great features, full of handy shortcuts and things that save you time. You can also customize it in lots of ways.

You'll see it used in a lot of the courses. It's not free but you can try it for free, definitely work a look.

ravindra barthwal
ravindra barthwal
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The Text Editors that i personally use are

  1. Sublime Text 2: I use it for frontend like (html, css, javascript) as it is very fast in opening and support advanced function plus beautiful layouts.

  2. pHp Storm: This is my favourite IDE for pHp and other pHp related projects as it very advance with terminal inside it. But take time to open that's why i only prefer for pHp projects and not for checking snippets

The Software that i choose on the basis of

  1. Ease to use

  2. Support Advance Techniques

  3. Faster to Load

  4. Pleasant Interface

Hope you will get the correct answer

I use a free solution: brackets. It seems to be comparable to many paid programs, although I have heard good things about php Storm that does not seem to be duplicated in Brackets.

I have also heard that Atom is good, but have not really tried it.