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Kevin Korte28,148 Points
Just gotta say it
I've hard coded in Dreamweaver for awhile know because that's just what I've had available to me. However, I couldn't ignore Sublime text, so I gave it a shot yesterday, and wow, already I'm really liking how I can access and organize my screens for faster coding over dreamweaver.
I haven't even got to adding plugins yet. Anybody have some must have plugins for Sublime text. I downloaded both versions 2 and 3
Chris Dziewa17,781 Points
I don't have any plugins yet either, but I agree Sublime Text is awesome!
Patrick Cooney12,216 Points
Check out the FTP/SFTP plugin by the guy who wrote package control. It allows you to edit files directly on the server which is nice. The only thing that stinks is you can't load or display a whole folder in the project panel.
James Barnett39,199 Points
I use notepad++ personally, I'm guessing sublime has similar plugins
- syntax highlighting
- spell check
- compare 2 files side-by-side
- Light File Explorer
- JSFormat/JSON Format
- FTP/SFTP plugin
Other helpful things:
- CSS code formatting
- Sass compilng