Microsoft nailed it! If you have not tried the lightweight and feature-rich text editor called Visual Studio Code, you should check it out. Visual Studio Code in many ways represents the new Microsoft, a new open Microsoft. For a long
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We have covered enormous tips and how-to on Sublime Text. It’s so great that we can’t wait to share more neat features with you. If you are into development or just interested in specifically configuring Sublime Text the way you want it to be.
We’ve covered a lot Sublime Text before, although, it’s currently among one of the most used developer tools out there, it’s not entirely free and it cost a fortune for a single license ($79). Light Table has been under development
Sublime Text is great, I’ve grown in love with the text editor ever since first discovered it. It’s lightning fast to open and edit text files. But fast is not the only feature it has to offer. There are many
If you ever worked with Linux or Unix from a shell, chances are you might encounter some useful command line tools that are not existing in Windows. For example, tail or less are two of the popular Linux/Unix commands that
Sublime Text is a very useful text editor. It’s rich in feature, and perfect for development work or some text editing tasks. Lately, I’ve run into some issues with Sublime Text 2 that I was unable to start up. It
We talked about some awesome development tools before, especially, tools in web developments. We also shared couple different text editors you can try on Windows to help improve your daily work. Today, I want to talk about the future text