The Best Text Editors Of 2015 – Grab It Now

Personal preference plays a huge factor in which editor you have to choose. Tweak your own syntax highlighting with different colors? There are so a lot of text editor options now a days for developers, we’re truly spoilt for option.

CODA of MAC OS X

CodaThis plugin library is widespread and it even has sass compiling – which can be called as mini luxury! It costs $99 approximately

Some Key Features:

Wildcard Find and Replace
Syntax highlighting
Fast find and replace
Code folding
AirPreview for iPad and iPhone previews
Project wide autocomplete
Automatic tag closing
Indentation guides
FTP/SFTP/WebDAV/Amazon S3
Fast commenting and shifting of code
Great file management

BRACKETS of WINDOWS, MAC OS X, LINUX

bracketsCrafted by Brackets of Adobe is a free, open source and extremely powerful text editor. Bracket comes complete with new features and extensions released every 3-4 weeks!

Some Key Features:

Extract
Inline editors
Live preview
Preprocessor report
Extensions

ATOM of MAC OS X, WINDOWS, LINUX

AtomA modern and hackable text editor that can be tailored and customized to every user’s needs, without even using a configuration file!

Some Key Features:

Built-in package manager
Cross-platform editing
Smart auto completion
Multiple panes
File system browser
Themes

NOTEPAD ++ of WINDOWS

notepadNotepad++ is encrypted in C++ and uses pure Win32 STL and API which ensures an advanced implementation speed and lesser program size. When utilizing less CPU consumption of power, the PC can throttle down and decrease consumption of power, resulting in a eco-friendly environment.

Some Key Features:

Macro recording and playback
Syntax Highlighting and Syntax Folding
GUI entirely customizable
User Defined Syntax Highlighting and Folding
Auto-completion
Multi-View
Multi-Document (Tab interface)
Multi-Language environment supported
PCRE (Perl Compatible Regular Expression) Search/Replace

SUBLIME of WINDOWS, MAC OS X, LINUX

sublimeSublime is one of the popular text editors. Personally, I used the UI and found it to be quite bulky and not as smooth as the likes of Coda. Overlooking the slanted views of the interface, Sublime brags a great feature option for code editing and writing.

Some Key Features:

Split Editing
Distraction free writing mode
Goto Anything (lightning fast search/shortcuts)
Cross Platform
Highly customizable
Instant project switch
Command Palette
Multiple selections
Plugin API

DREAMWEAVER of WINDOWS, MAC OS X

dreamweaverI just couldn’t forget this because of it being in everybody’s editor tool belt at some stage in their development career. There was at one time a disgrace appended to coding with Dreamweaver, because of it including so much additional bloated code. In all actuality, it’s on a monthly payment plan, and offers highlight which a free open source apps offer, yet it shouldn’t be shunned. Recognition for a job well done, Dreamweaver has make considerable progress.

Some Key Features:

Automatic push of dynamic files on save
Preview on any device
Edge Web fonts
Built in bootstrap integration
Extract
Live Guides
Real-time code validation with Auto complete and Linting with Emmet support
Batch export from PSDs
Responsive code snippets
Live insert

Yet, in the wake of utilizing the greater part of the code editors at some stage, it’s difficult to deny that the free options work pretty much too, or even surpass what Coda can offer. There’s likewise no denying that as developers, we’re overwhelmed with assortment in the matter of choosing an editor, whether you’re on OS X, Windows, Linux, or coasting between different operating systems.

About Author:

Michael Waugh is working with Potenza Global Solutions from the past two years. He has a passion for technology and also loves gaining knowledge about new technology tools. He likes blogging the information he has gained both through research and practical experience. He shares with his audience wonderful insights on the impact of technology changes.

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