In the vein of these
, here's my Atom setup for developing web apps.
After using Sublime and Vim for several years, I switched to Atom a year ago, and have not missed one feature from the other two so far. Since Atom is in continuous development by the core team and the community, it only gets better as time passes. Also, it's free.
First, an FAQ/C:
No need to install any package manager for Atom. The editor is composed of over 50 open-source packages, and so the package manager is built in. There's a phenomenal package repository
, or you can search for them directly on Atom's
: For the few times when someone screws up and uses tabs for indentation, this package fixes it in a pinch.
... read the whole story at www.developingandstuff.com.