Espresso

Espresso

Espresso is a code editor that helps you write, code, design, build and publish websites efficiency. It features sophisticated features such as LivePreview, Browser Xray, CSSEdit toos, Dynamo auto-building and Server Sync. The new version of Espresso lets you build first-class standard CSS, but also modular SCSS and LESS.

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UltraEdit
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UltraEdit

Over 4 million people use UltraEdit for their development needs. UltraEdit is flexible, powerful, and secure text editor that provides powerful and intuitive multi-caret editing and multi-selection capabilities, HTML and Markdown live preview, advanced file and folder search, horizontal editing through column mode and much more. UltraEdit also integrates with FTP, SSH and Telnet, making it easy to push your code to remote servers without CI/CD. The software is available for Windows, Mac, and Linux.

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GNU Emacs
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GNU Emacs

GNU Emacs is an extensible and customizable, free and open source text editor. It was created by GNU Project founder Richard Stallman and has been dubbed "the most powerful text editor available today". At the core of GNU Emacs is an interpreter for Emacs Lisp, a dialect of the Lisp programming language with extensions to support text editing. Which allows users to extend and customize GNU Emacs to their heart's content.

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RubyMine
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RubyMine

With RubyMine you can produce high-quality code more efficiently, thanks to first-class support for Ruby and Rails, JavaScript and CoffeeScript, ERB and HAML, CSS, Sass and Less, and more. RubyMine is IDE specifically designed for the programming language Ruby. It allows developers to take advantage of the language specific-aware syntax & error highlighting, code formatting, code completion, and quick documentation.

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Visual Studio Code
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Visual Studio Code

A free and open source IDE based on Electron and Atom, developed by Microsoft. Visual Studio Code or VS Code is an extensible IDE or coding editor that is loved by many developers around the globe. The editor combines a streamlined UI with advanced code assistance, code nagivation and intellisense.

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VSCodium
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VSCodium

VSCodium is a community-driven, freely-licensed binary distribution of Microsoft’s editor VSCode. VSCodium is built on the same source code as VSCode, but with telemetry and tracking removed before it is packaged as an application. VSCodium is released under the MIT license and is a great way to use VSCode without being tracked by Microsoft.

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Sublime Text
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Sublime Text

A loved text editor and IDE for web developers and designers that provides unmatched responsiveness. Sublime Text provides a wide selection of editing command including indenting or un-indenting, paragraph reformatting, line joining , multiple selections, regular expression search and replace, incremental find as you type, and preserve case on replace. The IDE can also be extended with community built packages to further improve language detection, auto-complete and intellisense features.

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Komodo Edit
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Komodo Edit

Komodo Edit is a free and open source text editor designed for dynamic programming languages, inclduing PHP, Python, Ruby, JavaScript, Perl, Tcl, XML, HTML5, CSS and more. With Komodo Edit you can enjoy a development process supported by syntax coloring, folding, background syntax checking, and excellent auto-complete and code intellisense. Komodo Edit is developed and released as open source software by ActiveState, in an effort to provide an more accessible version of their commercial software Komodo IDE.

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Vim
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Vim

Vim dates back all the way to 1991 when Vim's author, Bram Moolenaar released it to the public. Vim is a highly configurable text editor built to enable efficient text editing. The software is released as free and open-source software under the Vim License. Vim is often called a "programmer's editor," as it relies more on customization of shortcuts and makes heavy use of macros that can be combined with muscle memory to achieve maximum proficiency. Vim was designed for use in both command-line interfaces and as a standalone application in a graphical user interface.

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