Programming Text Editors
As a programmer you want your workflow as smooth as possible. A text editor won’t make us a good programmer. But It’s easier to do coding in something that has good intellisense and highlighting rather that just coding in regular notepad. In this article I’ll mention some really good “Programming Text Editors” that you can use. I used and tried all of them and they won’t be ordered in any particular way.Therefore let’s just say they are all equally great and get started.
Sublime Text is a great text editor for programming, markup and prose. You’ll love the slick user interface, extraordinary features and amazing performance. It is available on Windows, macOS and Linux. They just released the new version and it got a great “makeover” and bunch of new features that you can look up here. I personally use Sublime every day as my main editor. The keyboard shortcuts are making me more productive at work.
Atom is a programming text editor that’s modern, approachable. Yet hackable to the core. You can customize it to do anything. Most of all be productive without ever touching a config file. Atom is also open source and you can be a part of the Atom community here is the git repository.
Visual Studio Code is jet another great programming text editor. It is developed by Microsoft for Windows, Linux and macOS. It includes lots of features like support for debugging, embedded Git control, syntax highlighting, intelligent code completion, snippets, and code refactoring.
Notepad++ is a free programming text editor and replacement for the old well known Notepad that supports several programming languages. Running in the MS Windows environment. Notepad++ is definitely worth mentioning if you are looking for something light and fast.