What are the different code editors used by the Web Developers?

The different code editors used by the Web Developers are as follows -

  1. Atom - Atom was started by Github’s genius developers, but now owned by Microsoft, the good thing about Atom is it’s free, it’s open-source and also highly customizable, the best part about atom is its Teletype feature, which allows several/multiple developers to work on the same project, on the same code, from every part of the world, on different location.

  2. Brackets - It is Open Source and Cross-Platform, meaning it’s free and can be used in Mac, Windows, and Linux. It has code completion, there will be an auto-suggestion as type your code.

  3. Sublime Text - Many developers still chose to use Sublime Text, because if its speed, simplicity as well as the keyboard shortcuts that is very useful when working on different scripting languages, such as Javascript.

  4. VSCode - Visual Studio Code provides developers with a new choice of developer tool that combines the simplicity and streamlined experience of a code editor with the best of what developers need for their core code-edit-debug cycle. Visual Studio Code is the first code editor, and first cross-platform development tool — supporting OS X, Linux, and Windows — in the Visual Studio family.

  5. Vim - It is lightweight and fast compared to other editors, it uses minimal System’s memory and loads instantly. You can find plugins for almost everything, from version to control to color preference. It’s free and it’s opensource, and can be used in terminal or GUI mode