Background : I’ve been using Textmate as my editor of choice for over 5 years. I’ve been patiently waiting for updates and enhancements. Recently a few more editors have come to market and even Textmate 2 was open-sourced. It wasn’t until last weekend my friend Stubby gave our local web meetup a Sublime demo did I realize there are better choices to write markup.
Disclosure : I write haml & sass + compass. I don’t write Ruby and never write js. I really only code about 5 hours per week.
Here are 6 Sublime features/enhancements that I’ve discovered in the past 5 hours using the app.
Here’s a more tricks & tips.
I’m still trying to figure out how to work “marks” into my workflow, any tips on that would be awesome. T** ry Sublime and see if you like it better than your current code editor.**
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In the past few years I've built go-carts, built a 200+ sq ft workshop, written several eBooks. How do I create a life where I have time to work on side projects?
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