I'm using Atom (https://atom.io) because it is
- open source
- works on many platforms (Linux, Mac, Windows)
- extremely extensible
- has IDE-like features
- has autocompletion
- has git integration
- works with many programming languages
- has realtime collaboration (I can help others with their code)
I use it for Ansible, Puppet, Python, Perl, OpenShift, building RPMS.
Do you use Atom too? Why?
I use atom for the same reasons you mentioned but, trying out eclipse che recently. Looks like a good option and I can have a whole environment in the same container to test what I write.
I used to use Eclipse, but since discovering Atom that's been it for me! For quick edits Vim or notepad++ though.
Just installed atom from atom.io
also installed kate, eclipse and bluefish
I've used bluefish... a while ago, but not enough to wave it's flag. I am going to try these out
Thanks for this post I needed to give this topic IDEs (Integrated Development Environment) to a coworker of mine.
@ricardodacosta - Thanks for sharing. I'll have to check out Atom.
When doing Python programming and I get to the point where I've got several modules, have written my own classes and want to benefit from the code completion and other help I use PyCharm community edition.
I keep class notes, assignments, etc. in Zim export as Markdown then use Pandoc with custom CSS to generate the HTML which is uploaded to an AWS bucket.
A collaborative learning environment, enabling open source skill development.