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Use Multiple Selections to rename variables quickly.Here Ctrl+D⌘D is used to select the next occurrence of the current word. Make batch edits with Multiple Selections.Here Ctrl+Shift+L⇧⌘L is used to split a selection into lines, and each line is then edited simultaneously. The Command Palette gives fast access to functionality.Here Ctrl+Shift+P⇧⌘P is used to show the Command Palette, "sspy" (short for Set Syntax: Python) is used set the syntax of the current file to Python. Use Goto Anything to quickly navigate between files, even in the largest projects.Ctrl+P⌘P shows Goto Anything, and typing then filters on file and directory names. Goto Anything can also be used to show a function, line or word within a file.Type @ after a file name to filter on symbols. More...

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13 Cloud IDEs For Web Developers - Hongkiat With so much of the traditional, desktop-based productivity software we know and love moving to the Cloud, it’s no surprise that Cloud-based IDEs are quickly gaining ground with developers. Nowadays, the browser is essentially a thin client that allows users to access a variety of Cloud-based applications and services. However, many are still hesitant to put their full faith in a remote Cloud IDE for development purposes. Tools like Github and Pastebin helped to ease the transition to Cloud-based development, and full-fledged Cloud IDEs are now commonly used by many developers. Here are 13 of the best Cloud IDEs you can get your hands on and a quick summation of each.

Get started with Hadoop and Spark in 10 minutes With the big 3 Hadoop vendors – Cloudera, Hortonworks and MapR - each providing their own Hadoop sandbox virtual machines (VMs), trying out Hadoop today has become extremely easy. For a developer, it is extremely useful to download and get started with one of these VMs and try out Hadoop to practice data science right away. However, with the core Apache Hadoop, these vendors package their own software into their distributions, mostly for the orchestration and management, which can be a pain due to the multiple scattered open-source projects within the Hadoop ecosystem. e.g. Master web typography - Features In terms of typography, web designers have never had it so good. Whereas just a few years ago they were shackled to a limitingly small number of typefaces whose names you could count off on two hands, the advent of CSS3 has dramatically opened up the world of web fonts, relegating Georgia, Times New Roman and Arial to the bench amid a sea of possibilities. But with such great opportunity also comes the challenge of acquiring a new skills set. Figtree Creative Network’s head of digital James Hurst says: “People that have grown up in the world of web design tend to create CSS font stacks and try to shine elsewhere. The thought of using type now can be quite scary for some people.” Pietro Gagliano, VP and creative director at US-based interactive agency Secret Location agrees and suggests that excessive choice is why type can be so terrifying.

CSS Exclusions Module Level 1 Editor's Draft 1 October 2013 This version: Latest version: Editor's Draft: Perfect Workflow in Sublime Text: Free Course! I'm pleased to announce that my newest course on Tuts+ Premium is out...and free to everyone! I have a confession: I'm a code editor addict, and have tried them all! I was an early adopter of Coda, a TextMate advocate, even a Vim convert. But all of that changed when I discovered Sublime Text 2, the best code editor available today. JSbin, JSfiddle or Codepen, which one to use and why? There are lots of css – js playgrounds now in the market, and the most popular ones are JSbin (by Remy Sharp), JSfiddle (by Oskar Krawczyk), codepen (by Chris Coyier, Tim Sabat and Alex Vasquez). So sometimes it become a confusing question which one to use; and more importantly why and when? Let’s compare these three today and find out which one can be the most suitable one for you.

Getting Started: Building a Chrome Extension Extensions allow you to add functionality to Chrome without diving deeply into native code. You can create new extensions for Chrome with those core technologies that you're already familiar with from web development: HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. If you've ever built a web page, you should feel right at home with extensions pretty quickly; we'll put that to the test right now by walking through the construction of a simple extension that will fetch an image from Google using the current page's URL as a search term. We'll do so by implementing a UI element we call a browser action, which allows us to place a clickable icon right next to Chrome's Omnibox for easy access. Clicking that icon will open a popup window filled with an image derived from the current page, which will look something like this: If you'd like to follow along at home (and you should!)

25 MORE Completely Free Fonts Perfect for @fontface A year or so ago we published our original Completely Free Fonts Perfect for @fontface. It has been a long time coming but here, at long last, is our next installment. Again, we have chosen 25 free (for both personal and commercial use) fonts that are so good we can’t believe they are the free. Here they are… Bemio Download Page → Bemio Copyright → Pay what you want (or zero) for personal and commercial use. Which Custom Web Fonts Solution Should You Use? Over the past few years the number of fonts available for use in web design has dramatically increased. It wasn’t long ago that we all knew not to stray further than the basic Arial, Helvetica, Times, Georgia mix, but now there’s a range of services that allow the use of almost any font imaginable in your website design. This post rounds up the various custom web font solutions and looks at the pros and cons of each. The most basic solution out of the lot is the CSS3 @font-face property.

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