Best text editors for web designers 2019

Even though there’s a number of good text editors with different features available, they all have the same goal: to make writing code easier for you.

And you know, writing code isn’t exactly the hard part. But it’s what happens when your code has a bug in it. Searching for bugs can cost a lot of time, which is why all the best text editors for programming come with a few helpful features to help you avoid any errors and bugs. Also, most code editors allow you to work more efficiently on larger projects with multiple files and folders at the same time. Here are just a few of the great benefits a good text editor for coding brings along

SUBLIME TEXT

Sublime Text is my absolute favorite text editor for coding so far.

I’ve been using it ever since I first started learning programming and I haven’t looked back.

Sublime Text is a cross-platform text editor for Mac, Windows, and Linux. It comes with a variety of great, helpful features.

As with most popular code editors, you can easily work on your project with multiple tabs and folders simultaneously.

If you’re not a fan of the default appearance, you can customize it as you wish.

All in all, Sublime text is easy to use and learn, it looks great, and it’s fast to work with.

Platform: Mac, Windows, Linux

Price: Free trial / $80 for a single license

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Dreamweaver

Dreamweaver CC gives you faster, easier ways to design, code and publish websites and web applications that look amazing on any size screen. … Quickly create and publish web pages almost anywhere with web design software that supports HTML, CSS, JavaScript and more. Create, code and manage dynamic websites easily with a smart, simplified coding engine. Access code hints to quickly learn and edit HTML, CSS and other web standards. And use visual aids to reduce errors and speed up site development.

Get your sites up and running faster with starter templates that you can customise to build HTML emails, About pages, blogs, e-commerce pages, newsletters and portfolios. Code colouring and visual hints help you to read code more easily for quick edits and updates.

Build responsive websites that adapt to fit any screen size. Preview your sites and edits in real time to make sure your pages look and work the way you want before you publish.

VS CODE

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VS Code is a great text editor for web development I just tried out recently. It comes with the usual support for a bunch of languages, auto-indentation, syntax highlighting, and much more.

What makes VS stand out from the other text editors for coding is a built-in interactive debugger. And even with a feature like this, the editor still felt fast. No lags when saving, switching, or opening files.

As you start working with VS Code, you’ll quickly notice how customizable it is. The more you use it, the more it starts to become your code editor.

VS Code is an open-source project, too – so feel free to contribute to the community on GitHub!

 

NOTEPAD++

Notepad++ is an open-source text editor for Windows. Along with Sublime Text, it’s also very well suited for beginners.

Notepad++ is easy to get started with and it comes with great, helpful features. One of them is the built-in FTP plugin that allows you to open and edit your files directly on your web server.

Platform: Windows

Price: FREE

 

ATOM

Atom is a text editor I used to work with some time ago. I can fully recommend it to anyone, especially if you’re just beginning with learning coding.

Atom is developed by GitHub and it’s still quite a newbie in the realm of text editors for coding.

What makes Atom interesting are the various open-source packages for customization. Much like with WordPress themes, Atom users can create themes for the code editor.

The different customizations help you to improve the usability of Atom, adapting it’s features and interface to better suit your needs. Of course, the different themes also allow you to simply make Atom look nicer.

Platform: Mac, Windows, Linux

Price: FREE

 

 

 

ICECODER

ICEcoder is a free, browser-based text editor for coding. This is good news for anyone who prefers to do everything in one single window on their computer.

When you’re using ICEcoder, all you need for developing a website is your web browser. In one single window, you can create and edit your code files and see the changes in your front-end on another tab.

ICEcoder works both online and offline, so you can do your coding while you’re off the grid, too, or traveling.

Platforms: Mac, Windows, Linux

Price: FREE

 

 

 

 

BRACKETS

 

Brackets is another great code text editor that I use regularly.

Created by Adobe, it is all about good design and integration with further Adobe products.

Hence, if you’re an Adobe fan and you’re already using their other software, consider giving Brackets a try.

Brackets haven’t been around for that long, but from what I’m seeing it’s quickly becoming more popular.

The design is very minimal, but the features are quite impressive. For example, the Extract tool allows you to extract data directly from a PSD file. This could include information such as fonts and colors as clean CSS code.

Another cool feature for web developers is the Live Preview function. It allows you to see the changes you’re making in your code directly in your web browser.

Platform: Mac, Windows, Linux

Price: FREE

 

 

 

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