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The Best Plugins for Sublime Text

The Best Plugins for Sublime Text

| December 8, 2014 | 0 Comments

Good day, everyone! I tried to collect the best ST plugins, which really allows to improve your workflow. I searched many sites and here’s what I did. WebInspector Amazing tool for debagging JavaScript, the full-fledged inspector of a code for Sublime. Features: breakpoints for project stored in user settings with absolute paths, console, debugger steps […]

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Sublime Text 3 Public Beta

Sublime Text 3 Public Beta

| June 29, 2013 | 0 Comments

Build 3047 is now available to both registered users and the general public. Build 3047 is the fastest, most stable, most polished version of sublime text yet. New in 3047 is High DPI support for Windows and Linux, as well as improved file change detection, smarter atomic save, improved rendering performance and many bug fixes. The […]

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The Sublime Text Experiment

The Sublime Text Experiment

| May 31, 2013 | 0 Comments

From  El Tramo I’m not easily persuaded to try out a new editor, but since I heard so many great things about Sublime Text, I decided to give it a try. After all, it looked a lot better and smoother than my old and rusty Vim, and I’m a sucker for look & feel. So, I took the […]

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Node’s Jshint for Sublime text 2

Node’s Jshint for Sublime text 2

| May 13, 2013 | 0 Comments

Jshint is one of the best js syntax checker, another is jslint. There is the jshint for the best text editor: sublime text. First, you should intall jshint for NodeJS, use npm npm install -g jshint Install JSHint with Package Control in sublime text command-shift-p or control-shift-p in Linux/Windows type install p, select Package Control: […]

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My Top 10 Plugins for Sublime Text 2

My Top 10 Plugins for Sublime Text 2

| April 24, 2013 | 0 Comments

sublime text 2 is a lightweight, simple, efficient python editor. There are two versions for Windows users: Normal: sublime text related files are placed in two directories, one for the placement of the program and its associated files, one for placing data. Portable The sublime text files are placed in a folder (it is recommended […]

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Configure python path for Sublime Text 2

Configure python path for Sublime Text 2

| March 27, 2013 | 0 Comments

I am using sublime text 2 for python development along.  Before you use this editor, you may need to edit path about sublime. Edit Path ~~ /Library/Application Support/sublime text 2/Packages/Python : (path point to the Python path) { “path”: “/ opt/local/Library/Frameworks/Python.framework/Versions/2.7/bin/”, / / “cmd”: [“python”, “-u”, “$ file”], “cmd”: [“python2.7”, “-u”, “$ file”], “file_regex”: “^ [] * File \” […]

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Summary OF LESS/SASS/Stylus Development Tools

Summary OF LESS/SASS/Stylus Development Tools

| February 19, 2013 | 0 Comments

Now more and more people began to use less, sass, stylus tools. We also have a lot of development and debugging tools allows our developers process more simple and quickly. sublime text 2 I believe sublime text 2 for front-end development as the main editor. There are a lot of plugins for sublime text 2, […]

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Install Sublime Text 3

Install Sublime Text 3

| January 29, 2013 | 0 Comments

The first beta of sublime text 3 is now available to download for registered users.

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Sublime Text 3 beta released

Sublime Text 3 beta released

| January 29, 2013 | 1 Comment

sublime text 3 Beta release,  the new features include:Symbol Indexing,Pane Management,Speed,API. sublime text 3  now uses Python 3.3 for plugins and price  raised to $ 70 from $ 59. more information:  Sublime Text 3 Beta The first beta of Sublime Text 3 is now available to download for registered users. Some feature highlights are below, followed by our […]

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Sublime Text 2 Key Bindings

Sublime Text 2 Key Bindings

| January 24, 2013 | 1 Comment

The key bindings in sublime text are configurable, controlled by the .sublime-keymap files. You can map this binding by clicking on the “Preferences” tab and selecting “Key Bindings – User.” This document describes the syntax of the keymap files, as well as how they’re loaded to form the complete set of key bindings. You can use the Default […]

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