This post is the first in a series about the cunning text editor Sublime Text which was recently released in Version 2.
At one point every software developer has to answer the question:
"Which development environment software will I use to write my code?"
Most colleagues advised me to use Sublime Text 2. However, I started to use Netbeans because of two reasons.
- It is free
- It is the closest to what I know so far
Now guess what, Sublime Text 2 kept crossing my way, almost everyday, in a very positive way. So I decided to give it a chance and make it my text editor of choice.
In the next part of this series I will explain how to install and configure Sublime Text 2 for the best use with Drupal.
Statements from Sublime Text Users
Karin Christen, Interaction Designer Mobile at 20 Minuten Online
Distraction Free Mode, Goto Anything, Multiple Selections, Customize Anything And in short: "It's nerdy but user friendly enough for me as a visual affine coding person"
Michael Schmid, Head Technology at Amazee Labs
Textmate had no updates, extreme speed (searching in a lot of files), that's why I switched. I stayed because of: speed, extensibility, lightness