Visual Studio Code.
Once you really go Vim, you'll never go back. People are scared of it (I used to be too), but it's super powerful, even for web development.
Agreed. I'm still in the early learning stages but it has been pretty awesome so far.
I love Atom
I use Atom on my personal computer, but on a shared PC I use Sublime Text portable.
Atom ...really nice
Sublime Text 3
I've loved Atom
I've loved Atom
I started using Atom and I've loved it. However, now I am using VIsual Studio Code and I have to say its much better than Atom.
My answer: Visual Studio Code
So far PHPStorm. Sometimes use Notepad++ as well.
Visual Studio Code - Runs everywhere and Powerful editing features.
notepad++. i guess since i've never looked for an other one means that i'm pretty happy with it :)
I like Brackets, Sublime, Atom, and VS Code. They all work (pretty much) the same
Visual Studio Code and Visual Studio
I've tried Atom, VS Code and Brackets and I always come back to Sublime.
I really like Atom!
I do use many but I love to be Atom is my favorite.
I loved Brackets for a while and lately I migrated to Visual Studio Code
Sublime text 3 + VS2015 + PHPStorm
Visual Studio Code - Sublime Text
Actually i am the user ofBrackets.This is one of the free software which helps in writing codes and even so many options are available.You can insert any types of codes.
This is the time consumer software .
I suggest every one to use Brackets.
thanks! I'll try
Hi I used to use Dreamweaver, but as I am using Macbook I cant afford to pay the price for the new dreamweaver, and the old dreamweaver can not work on my Macbook with Sierra.
So now I am using textwrangler and considering to try Bluegriffon.
Any advices and recommandations are most welcome
I would say it depends what languages you use the most. also there are so many good ones that you can get totally free of charge that you can trial out quite a few until you find the one that fits. when I started with Sublime I had to install Emmet whereas editors like VS Code and the IDEs from Jet Brains (like Web Storm/Php Storm) have it built in. pretty much all that everyone else has mentioned are decent.
sublime text 3
Hello - I use Sublime Text 3. It's just very easy to setup and use.
Depending on my mood, I will use either Atom, Coda 2 or Sublime Text.
Colorful - Atom
Impatient - Sublime Text
Functional - Coda 2
Hehe, I love all 3 of 'em.
My favorite ones are Sublime and Visual Studio Code
visual studo code
Visual Studio / VS Code
I use Sublime and PHP storm )
I use Atom
Visual Studio Code seems good
Visual Studio Code...Simple, Good & Lightweight :)
My favourite is sublime text editor but now a days doing some problem :(
After having used WebStorm for quite some time, I fell in love with Visual Code now.
visual studio code
Visual Studio Code
Visual Studio code and Sublime
I am using Atom in my computer
I use VS Code
I like both atom and brackets.
Visual Studio Code and Brackets
I'm using Brackets. Sublime Text time to time. But Brackets is much better for me personally.
I love Visual Studio Code
i used brackets, vscode and atom just anyone that i like that moment
i sublime text 3.
I have used Atom before but it's too slow. Sublime is also a good choice. I primarily use PhpStorm and VSCode.
sublime text 3 is the best
I use Brackets. Brackets is very good looking, has a nice layout, is easier to use and I'm also a fan of Live Preview tool which lets you test your HTML/CSS/JS in your browser live without even reloading.
Brackets and Sublime!
WebStorm! I'd say it's best code editor I've tried ever, I had tried so many code editors, most of them looks buggy or need additional plugins etc. except WebStorm.
For simple tasks Sublime Text rocks, but for dedicated development in PHP I'm using at the moment PHPStorm and it's impressive
Leaning towards VS Code and Brackets. VS. Code is definitely good editor with many plugin support
I use Brackets and recently started trying Dreamweaver again.
I also like visual Code.
Sublime and Atom.
notepad++ and IntelliJ IDEA
Sublime Text and sometimes VSCode
Visual Studio Code & Sublime Text 3. :)
While in college we were instructed to use Dreamweaver since it was included with our mandatory Creative Cloud subscription. I have since moved over to Atom and love the crazy huge amount of packages that exist to make so many things easier. I am going to give Visual Studio Code a try after seeing it on this thread and see which one I like better.
Used to love Atom but changed because it kept crashing whenever I opened a minified file. So now I use Sublime Text. Had the chance to try VS code but idk, it wasn't for me.
Update: Visual Studio Code is AWESOME!
I love PHP Storm
I was using Dreamweaver then i switched to Atom and i like it so much
VS code works for me
dreamweaver cc 2018 is my new favourite
I use Atom at work but I'm a fan of SublimeText, there are many plugins available and you can make your own little place to work peacefully. Now I'm interested on check if Visual Code is good at I have heard about.
I'm using sublime Text. It is just awesome !
Just started using Visual Studio Code, and it is great.
Hi. Currently I'm using Notepad ++ since I'm a total beginner in programming and coding.
use visual studio code or sublime, they are far better and gives you good experience while coding.
I tried Brackets and Atom, moved on to sublime3 and now use Visual Code, which i find so far to be my favorite, though Sublime is close behind. Each of them have aspects i really like so chosing a fave is tough
For developing, my opinion is that there is no alternative to compare with IntelliJ IDEA or Php storm family.
Otherwise, if you seek about a good simple text editor, I think the old NotePad ++, still does the job better anyway.
Netbeans -> by pressing ctrl + clicking the "function name/class name/internal link" then you can locate the source,
Notepadd++ -> Fast and simple
Been changing a lot!
Had tried Atom, Brackets, VS Code and Sublime Text 3
Currently on Sublime Text 3 Beta.
Loved VS Code but it is still evolving.
Brackets its life :)
To me Brackets is best. its free, very light app with livepreview and other add on features, VS Code is quite good but with Emmet it does work differently compared to Atom, Brackets and Sublime text. Sublime text is super too but you have to purchase it.
Atom and Phpstorm
sublime text. But I haven't try others
Visual Studio Code
Visual Studio Code
sublime and atom
sublime text 3 is the best for me. I've already tried Atom and Bracket, never tried Visual Studio Code
Sublime by far. It's just a really lightweight and extendable editor. The SublimeCodeIntel addon worked wonders.
You cand add plugins if want, for yii, joomla and others.
You can conect directly to server (as Dreamwaver) and to mysql database to.
Autoindent with alt + shift + F or you can make a selection and indent only that selection.
It show where your cod start and where it end, if you have a braket open on line 150 and it end on 254, you can easy see the portion of that code.
I <3 NetBeans!
Visual Studio Code and Notepad++
I'm using Visual Studio Code.
sublime text best because of its light weight and other packages that you can install
The best Visual Studio Code and Atom. Simple the best editors.
i used to use Phpstorm, Webstorm, VS-Code but now i'm using atom and it's much better .
Visual Studio Code :)
In the last years I have used Notepad++. But now I give Atom a chance. I like the functionality and the look'n feel.
I was using SublimeText3 because of how fast and have so many convenient plugin it is.
I also use Visual Studio Code, It was so cool.
Sublime Text Editor
Well.. honestly I don't have a favorite Editor.. I used Brackets, VS Code, Atom and Sublime Text and I'll give some opinions on them:
Brackets - did not use it a lot but it's a very good editor, lots of useful extensions.
Atom - honestly if it wasn't slow I would've used only Atom, because it's a very good editor, but because it's slow not using it so much.
VS Code - fast, great editor, so many extensions, one of the best editors if not the best at this time.
Sublime Text 3 - Just like VS Code but in terms of extensions VS Code wins.
So.. hard to choose but overall VS Code is the best editor in my opinion.
I Use HTML Kit it allow me to do CSS, HTML, Java Script and more...
brackets for me
Currently I am using VS code to develop websites. But I am a big fan of WebStorm.
I use notepad++ like an old timer..
I am using VScode and Atom for my development. Sometimes i used Sublime Text.
just moved from vsc to try out atom today and it was awesome.really
Sublime Text for now, but an eye in Atom
Used to use Notepad++, but than I found out what Sublime is... I think it's really the fastest editor of all. You can customize it as you want and it's really cool. Love at first click...
I use Visual studio code.
Personally I prefer Sublime Text for its flexibility and the variety of features it provides. It also grows with the community which is great. To better explain this I am linking you a video I made reviewing Sublime Text and showing its potential. I hope it helps haha :)
VS Code, Sublime Text And Notepad++
visual code and sublime
VsCode and Android Studio are the best IDE in my opinion
Vscode for ever.
Sublime and VS Code(for Angular Project)
Brackets due to it's simplicity
for complex work i use vs code otherwise atom.
I'm a VS Code guy myself. Everything seems pretty good. Useful plugins, intuitive interface, integrated terminal, etc.
My favorite code editor is Visual Studio Code.
It used to be Sublime Text until I discovered Visual Studio Code which has almost everything built in. Though I use Sublime Text sometimes.
Sir Dreamvewer is my best editor
Brackets is essentially dead. They take months to fix the simplest bugs and they have not added new features in years. I loved brackets but its time to move on since its not actively developed anymore. I am trying vscode now but might go back to atom
I'm a new developer, and I've been using brackets. I'm looking at other text editors, but I really like the way brackets works.
vi and visual studio code
I am a web developer so I mostly use Sublime or VS Code, Sublime is definitely my favorite but when I moved to Linux OS(mint), I was having a difficulty in opening Sublime without subscription, so I switched to VS code and from that day I am using VS Code and it is really awesome. Sublime is still my favorite.
While I use NetBeans for Java development, Code blocks for C/C++, and PyCharm(Community) for Python.
VS code all the way!
sublime text, notepad ++
I'm still a novice tho, so I want to learn and grow
Mine is notepad++ It because I'm totally a noice
Mostly PyCharm and notepad ++ ... Meh!
same here. Sublime all the way
What a nice post and no doubt explained beautifully.
Thank you for such a wonderful article and sharing.God bless you.!
vsCode and Brackets
Hi, I'm very excited to be part of the group...
i will go for Notepad++ which is one of the best and lightweight text/code editor for me. You should try it too. apart from Notepad++ there is sublime text which i use as well, if you are a fresher then you can find several resources about those top editors and details on them.
My favorite code editor is Sublime Text any Version . I have been Using it from last 2 years and not a single time a thought came to my mind to replace it with other editors.
I've been a user of Sublime Text for almost 6 years. Definitely worth it.
Brackets is my editor of choice.
I am using Visual Studio Code. My computer is not a high-powered performance machine - I love it and am very happy with it. Because of this, I switched from Windows 10 to Ubuntu 14.04 (haven't upgraded to the new LTS in a while).
I was using Atom, and it is great. But actually, I like VS Code much better. It is lighter and faster (great for my computer - Atom was often stalling and I would have to wait a long time for it to become active again) and high-powered as well.
I am still new to VS Code, but I highly recommend it!
P.S. ... I got used to and love the look of Atom, the colors for the code, and didn't love the defaults of VS Code, it was easy to download an Atom theme and have that familiar look in VS Code)
I love VS CODE
I've been playing around with most of the editors mentioned here but so far I'm leaning towards Atom. One of the things I like about it is how customizable it is. I also like it's embedded git control and that it's made by GitHub.
SublimeText and Webstorm
I think that Atom is a very simple code editor. You also can customize it. So I prefer Atom as code editor.
VS and Eclipse for JAVA, VSCode for JS, DreamWeaver for design
Sublime Text 3
Visual Studio Code
Visual Studio Code &intellij idea
I used to like Sublime because of the various plugins you can add to make work more effective but I recently started using PHPStorm. I think I am love with PHPStorm. :) But I use both though!!
Atom and phpstorm, depends on mood :3
Visual Studio and Code, WebStorm
Visual Studio Code is the way to go ;) . Microsoft made a wonderful piece of software for the third time (Office, Studio IDE) !
I use Atom. The interface looks awesome and you can have 2 files open at the same time. I tried brackets but I prefer Atom. For me any editor is good as long as it has basic syntax highlightning and a dark theme.
I think VS Code and PhpStorm.
sublime text 3.
CodePen for beginner level is the best decision
Same Here. Also a Sublime Text guy lol
I prefer Atom editor
Sublime text ,VC studio code
Atom and Command Line (Git Bash)
I use Atom presently but I might switch over to Visual Studio Code
VSCode & Sublime Text :)
vscode. I wirte vue by it.
but is not important.
I like both Sublime Text and Atom and keep on switching between the 2. I've also heard that VS Code is a great editor but yet to try. And I also want to learn Vim or Emacs someday XD.
There are some code Editors like sublime text, brackets, atom, visual code editor . I use sublime because it have lots of packages and increases your speed. i love sublime.
Eclipse, Notepad++ & Adode Dreamweaver <3
Sublime text is a really cool and light weight editor, have been using it for more than 3 years straight. Recently i started using VS Code, and will have to say, it is not bad. The main pro of using VSCode is how well it integrates with your project. Everything just works, no need for any kind of hassle. Most of the hard work of setting up anything is done by the editor. Give it a try it's nice.
Off course, Visual Studio. I've been working on this for last 4 years. Also tried VS Code and ATOM for self taught front end development.
Vs-code And Sublime
Atom for now
I was using brackets, but then they pretty much stopped development on it. It took 6 months to fix the simplest of bugs. So I switched to Atom. Personally I like the way Brackets looks better but its too buggy.
Wow, that's funny, I actually did it the other way and switched from Atom to Brackets. Brackets is much better looking, has a better layout, is easier to use and I'm also a fan of Live Preview tool which lets you test your HTML/CSS/JS in your browser live without even reloading.
Brackets is essentially dead. They take months to fix the simplest bugs and they have not added new features in years. I loved brackets but its time to move on since its not actively developed anymore. I am trying vscode now but might go back to atom.