Your favorite IDE?
2017-07-30, 10:05 PM, (This post was last modified: 2017-07-30, 10:07 PM by dvLden.)
Well, nor Sublime Text or Vim are IDE's, but they are text-editors instead.

Vim is great but takes some time to master it. It's free...

Sublime Text is great, fast and easy to use. It's cheap...

PHPStorm or any other JetBrains' IDE is great and highly recommended. It's expensive...
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2017-08-03, 07:00 PM,
I use two but prefer one over the other.

My first choice is always "Atom".
If for some reason I open a file in my second IDE "Visual Studio Code" then i'll run with that.

They're both good in my eyes and allow for further customisation.
2017-08-03, 07:24 PM,
VisualStudio is my favourite IDE.

Brackets, favourite text editor for web design / development.
2017-08-03, 07:55 PM,
JetBrains when working with Magneto, Visual Studio for MS languages and Notepad ++ for small tasks as an IDE would be over the top.
2017-08-21, 07:18 AM,
I prefer vIM, it's easy to use and configure with great documentation.
2017-08-21, 07:47 AM,
IntelliJ IDE for Java, Visual studio and Notepad ++ for smaller tasks.
2017-09-21, 12:41 PM,
Sublime & Pycharm is all I need!
2017-09-21, 07:20 PM,
(2016-09-14, 12:12 AM)veacher Wrote: I've been using Sublime text but am getting pretty bored of it. What IDEs do you guys use for web coding? I was thinking of maybe trying Dreamweaver, but I also heard lots of good stuff about Atom too.

Atom is most awesome! A lot of plugins, snippets and auto-complete functions that will come in handy! You should definitely switch to Atom.
2017-10-03, 11:31 PM,
Sublime Text is not an IDE, but a code editor. I used to use that, but have since changed to Visual Studio Code which is close to a lightweight IDE and I love it.
2017-10-08, 02:10 AM,
I'm using Atom for PHP, JS and Python. It's more a text editor than an IDE but for scripts or web projects I prefer it simple. I can also see the git status there and it supports dark themes (I can't concentrate so well on white themes). It also has some simple search and replace options. That's all I need.

And it is (amongst others) available for Mac, Windows and Linux. That is a big plus for me. I don't like to switch the IDE/Editor and get used to a different theme when I am working on another machine. But I know there are lots of other good choices that would do just the same for me. I'm just used to Atom.

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