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RE: Which editor do you use? #41
I'm using Netbeans for me it's an all in one.....Java,php,javascript .........etc I know some persons hate it but for me is helpfull.
That's as I feel but right now I'm prepared to code with someone editor as notepad++,sublimetext, or whatever.
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RE: Which editor do you use? #42
Tested notepda++, atom and some other text editors. But Brackets is the best one for me Wink
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RE: Which editor do you use? #43
Notepad++ is my favourite editor.
But for programming I use IDE.
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RE: Which editor do you use? #44
I don't use my computer as often. When I code or edit files, I use nano in my terminal. Back in the day I used N++. On my phone I use QuickEdit.
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RE: Which editor do you use? #45
(01-07-2017, 08:48 PM)Dr. Keter Wrote: On my phone I use QuickEdit.

I have a roommate who swears by something like QuickEdit for editing on the phone.

Personally, I don't know how you all do it, I just end up missing my mechanical keyboard and don't get anything done Tongue
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RE: Which editor do you use? #46
I have gone through many editors, but the one I am currently on is VSCode. The features I like are:
  • Clean configuration (much like Sublime)
  • No "projects", you just open a folder
  • Built-in Git support (with the GUI and everything)
  • Useful, stable, maintained extensions (I use the Go extension and the x86 ASM extension)

I usually use the "Solarized Light" theme in my editors.

Some other editors I have used in the past: SublimeText 2, SublimeText 3, and Atom. I stopped using Sublime because it seems like development on the editor has gotten a bit stale, and plugins aren't really actively maintained for the it anymore (at least for things I use). I stopped using Atom because I liked like the look and feel of VSCode more.

I sometimes use IntelliJ for Java, but this is usually dependent on my client. Most clients will request I use a certain IDE for their project so they can easily open it on their end. So IntelliJ, Eclipse, NetBeans, I use them all.
(This post was last modified: 01-16-2017, 03:42 AM by Hoss.)

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