Why Sublime Text Awesome
Here are 3 reasons
Secondly! Sublime Text feels faster and more responsive than most other code editors I’ve tried.
The third reason Sublime rocks is that’s it’s very customizable. And this makes it easy to create a coding environment that suits you. So I made a class on how you can start customizing it. Watch it. Learn from it and boom 💥 you can create your happy coding place! There are so many awesome people that make rad stuff for sublime it’s ridiculous (thank you).
Here are a few resources to get you started.
This is a big personal preference. Here are a few lists.
There are a lot of pluings for Sublime. Here are a few of my favourites.
- If you write HTML and CSS, Emmet is the best. I have a class on how to rock n roll with Emmet.
- Color Highlighter is great for underlining and highlighting hexcodes and other forms of color in text-format.
- AutoFileName for autocompleting filenames!
- All Autocomplete find matches in all open files of the current window and makes suggestion based on that as you type.
- Browse Package Control to find what you want.
- You can also Google “Best Sublime Text Plugins” or “Best Sublime Text plugins for X”
Creating your own takes some time. I find other people’s choices fantastic. Here are a few I like and a few other places you may want to look.
- Material Theme
- Boxy Theme on Package Control
- Wes Bos’ Cobalt 2 Theme
- Create your own theme
- A starting Sublime theme
- Best Sublime Text 3 Themes of 2015 and 2016 on Scotch.io
- Best sublime text 3 Themes to use in 2017 on Dunebook
- Themes on Package Control
Colors are important. Especially if you’re coming form the design world.
- Make your own color scheme.
- Install ColorSchemeSelector for browsing installed color schemes.
- Use Colorsublime to browse and install Colorsublime color schemes.
More Sublime awesomeness
And then for more Sublime Awesomeness (because I can’t cover it all) check out these resources.