I seem to have a huge backlog of React-related submissions to the DailyJS inbox, so you might see more React libraries than usual over the next few weeks. There’s no conspiracy to promote React, it’s just that readers seem interested in it!
Tag Archives: Atom
There’s no substitute for hands-on experience, but for most students, real world tools can be cost prohibitive. That’s why we created the GitHub Student Developer Pack with some of our partners and friends: to give students free access to the best developer tools in one place so they can learn by doing.
TL;DR Sublime is awesome, Atom has potential and Cloud 9 is downright impressive.
Picking the right editor has always been kind of a big deal for me. I’ve had a pleasure of watching editors evolve and grow over the past few years and have developed a great appreciation for the current state of affairs. I spend hours perfecting my shortcuts, configurations, and plugins—perhaps way too much time actually.
Over the years I’ve used everything from Notepad++ and Vim to Delphi and TextMate. The latter has been the biggest and most rewarding to learn and use. Every new editor that I encounter these days I evaluate based on Vim key support first, everything else second.
In this post I’m going to take a quick look at three editors: Sublime Text, Atom, and Cloud 9 IDE. Lets get going!
Github is one of the version control systems commonly used by many developers, designers and other professionals who need to return to past changes in their projects, however, the news makes echoed recent months regarding Github, it is about a new text editor that are developing, Atom , who despite having started 6 years ago as an experiment, this year 2014 is when we have a beta version.