Author Topic: Atom Free IDE really Interesting (perhaps is the Free Sublime TExt?¿).  (Read 2201 times)

Offline mentalthink

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Hi guys I'm learning a bit of Html Css3 and JS, and I find this lightweight Editor.
https://atom.io/

Is really really cool, I think more interesting than Sublime Text, a lot of plugins support a lot of Programming languajes... Works C++ too and you have a tree for the functions (sublime I think don't have it).

If you pick code in another language more than GLbasic try it, is really interesting.

For Arduino have a plugin really good, better than Eclipse Arduino Plugin and better than Maria Mole IDE...

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Atom is good, and can be easily configured.
I can configured it to work with Love2D with a few clicks, relly nice.

BTW, On my SSD VS Code opens faster, and VS Code is recently open-sourced(https://github.com/Microsoft/vscode), you can give VS Code a try.

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Hi yoxola thanks for the info.. I think I test the Visual Studio Free, but I can't compile nothing in C++ (something I did wrong or I think is only for JS and another web languajes).

Thanks for remind it.  :good:

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I will check it out. Currently using Sublime, which is good, but this may be better.  :good:

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 :good: I think the great point of this IDE are the plugins... In html in example you have one , on appears the web you are working changing in real time...
For Arduino like I commented is really really good.

I think the best is show a  youtube video explaining the most important plugins, becuase I think now Atom have more than 2500 different plugins...  :S

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Do you know about a package for Atom to highlight BASIC code? I'm looking to see if I can edit GLBasic code in it with syntax highlighting. :)

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HI r0ber7 can be usefull this..
https://atom.io/search?utf8=%E2%9C%93&q=pure+basic

I don't test it, but sais is for pure Basic , (I only use a couple of times but is similar to any Basic).

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