Daniel Gafitescu Freelance web developer focused on open source solutions


Sublime Text 2

For the last couple of months I have been using Sublime Text 2 as my text editor and there is no way back to Netbeans I'm afraid, and here's why :

  • it's written in Python so it's much faster than Netbeans or any other IDE written in Java
  •  it's leightweight (20 MB)
  •  it's cross-platform
  •  can be easily extended using plugins
  •  has multiple color schemes and themes that support antialiasing fonts

There is one downside that Xdebug doesn't work as good as it does on Netbeans.

There are online video tutorials that can get you started  Perfect Workflow in Sublime Text , Up and Running with Sublime Text 2 or videos from Stuart Herbert from his youtube channel.





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