I spoke about code editors and highlighted Light Table earlier. Just saw that Light Table is on Kickstarter. If you think it’s the future of code editors, hope on board. I certainly think Light Table is cool, but I’m undecided about supporting it on Kickstarter.
If you follow me you’ll notice that I’ve been playing with Vim lately. For almost a year now I’ve been a TextMate fan but something about Vim just called to me. Maybe it was the feeling that knowing Vim increased my geek cred just like terminal hackery does. Why Vim Really anyone doing any type […]
This is a guest post by Alan Bailward a long time advocate of Vim and friend. Introduction When Curtis first asked me to write about my programming workflow, I thought to myself “why would anyone care about a simple setup like I have?”, and told Curtis as such. Then a few days later I was […]
This is the fourth instalment in our search for a solid Windows Code Editor. You can find the other parts listed at the end of the post. While this editor wasn’t in my first list of editors to review it was suggested in the comments and I’m glad it was. The Good Sublime has awesome […]
We’re now on the third code editor in our epic hunt for a great windows editor. If you’d like to catch up and see where we’ve been: The Great Windows Code Editor Hunt: Part 1 Dreamweaver Komodo Edit Now it’s on to InType. InType is still in Alpha and is similar to Textmate for OSX. […]
This is the second post in The Great Windows Code Editor Hunt series. Today we’ll look at Dreamweaver as a code editor. The Good Dreamweaver has come a long way for coders since CS3. When I used the CS3 version it was barely tolerable as a code editor. I don’t remember why at this point […]
I’m a web designer/programmer so I spend a good portion of a day in a code editor (at least if it’s a good day). I’m pretty particular about what code editor I use and what features it needs so I’m on a hunt for a great code editor for Windows. My plan is to use […]