21 comments

  • Pedro Pimenta, 2 years ago

    Sublime Text here!

    3 points
  • Corey GinnivanCorey Ginnivan, 2 years ago

    VS Code with a bunch of extensions (it's just a super solid app and having a quick, searchable extension library is great):

    • Auto Close Tag
    • Auto Rename Tag
    • Colorize
    • Enabled Emmet (off by default)
    • Midnight Palenight Theme
    2 points
  • Gage WrightGage Wright, 2 years ago

    Atom for me.

    1 point
  • Brandon ZellBrandon Zell, 2 years ago

    Was using Atom until it became buggy for me. Switched to VS Code and couldn't be happier... well, except for the lack of multi-file search and replace. Have to open up Coda in those instances.

    1 point
    • Linton Ye, 2 years ago

      VS Code has multi-file search and replace. Click that little triangle to the left of the textbox.

      1 point
  • Matt Ritter, 2 years ago

    Our team uses Atom. Pretty rock-solid day-to-day.

    1 point
  • Alec LomasAlec Lomas, 2 years ago

    Used Atom until they introduced the panes system, which I absolutely hated. Switched to VS Code which I wound up liking better overall (though I still use the Atom keybindings).

    1 point
    • Mitch WarrenMitch Warren, 2 years ago

      I'm curious about the new panes system, what is it?

      0 points
      • Alec LomasAlec Lomas, 2 years ago

        It was just a UI replacement for normal panels, but their behavior was really annoying. Difficult to trigger with a mouse, constantly expanding after you'd minimized them, etc. It's possible these issues have been fixed but it was enough to have me checking out VSC and I'm glad I did.

        0 points
  • Scott SmithScott Smith, 2 years ago

    I've long been a Coda user going way back. However, I have been dabbling with Atom recently.

    I would love to keeping using Coda since it is a native Mac app but it feels like it has stagnated in recent years in terms of new major features. The plugin community is also really really tiny in comparison to the other major editors.

    I like a lot about Atom, but the non-Mac electron app feel to it keeps me from moving completely away from Coda.

    1 point
    • Marc EdwardsMarc Edwards, 2 years ago

      I have no inside info, but I suspect Coda 3 has been in development for a long time. Iā€™m also a Coda user (I also use Sublime Text and Byword for various text and code editing tasks). I still really love Coda. :D

      0 points
  • Timothy McKennaTimothy McKenna, 2 years ago

    I've been a big fan of Atom since it was released, but my current job uses VS Code and it's easy to fall in love with. So right now, it's a toss up between the two for favorites. At my last gig...they insisted that UltraEdit was the best editor out there next to Dreamweaver....it was one of many headaches I had because of that place....

    1 point
    • , 2 years ago

      I also used Atom for a while, but joined the hype during the recent years and switched to VS Code which as you've said it's pretty great. However, I kinda hate that both are memory hungry and after a while, the perf impact is kind of noticeable. Also, Dreamweaver... that's a name I haven't heard in a long time.

      1 point
  • Filip Mares, 2 years ago

    Using VSCode with Specials Board.

    0 points
  • Cristian MoiseiCristian Moisei, 2 years ago

    VSC for me. I tried Atom and it was a little too buggy and unreliable, and it needed a plugin for everything (VSC has a few things like version control built in).

    0 points
  • Cameron GettyCameron Getty, 2 years ago

    Atom!

    0 points
  • Bugsy SailorBugsy Sailor, 2 years ago

    Love Atom!

    Only complaint is that it can really bog down my computer when a big project is open for a while with lots of tabs. Running a 2010 MacBook Pro.

    0 points