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General Discussion

Treehouse Workspace...

I really like the workspace that is given for coding. What is it related to and where can I download it? I like the fact that it is very simple, unlike Eclipse and NetBeans, where they are harsh and unappealing to the eye. Thanks!

3 Answers

Neil Anuskiewicz
Neil Anuskiewicz
11,007 Points

What programming language are you learning and what operating system do you have on your computer? I'm asking this not because I'll necessarily know the answer (maybe) but this information may help others to help, too.

I personally just finished the frontend dev program. I practiced code using Sublime Text, Textwrangler, and Nano.

Ricky Catron
Ricky Catron
13,023 Points

I believe Workspaces is based off an editor called brackets. I think the treehouse is a customized version of this with specific features you can't find in the normal brackets but it should be a good place to start.


I run Windows 7 and am learning Java. I figured out how to do it in Eclipse so that it is not so harsh. Thanks!