Andrey Tarantsov: Sublime Text Workflow That Beats Coda and Espresso Welcome to the new #WorkflowThu series which helps web developers try new great things. In this episode, we’re talking about jumping into Sublime Text 2 and setting up a workflow that beats traditional tools like Coda and Espresso. Watch the video (10:30) or read the article below. App and plugins mentioned in this video: Transcript Contents: Installing PluginsManaging WindowsLive PreviewFTP/SFTPSwitching ProjectsPreferences and Key Bindings Part 1. We’re starting with a freshly installed copy of Sublime Text 2: Unfortunately, it does not ship packages for languages like LESS and CoffeeScript out of the box, so one of the first things you need to learn is how to install packages. For that, you need a package manager called Package Control. After you restart Sublime Text, you are ready to use this package manager to install the plugins that you want. In particular, you can see that Package Control has added a bunch of commands of its own. Part 2. Part 3. Part 4. Part 5. Part 6. The End
vuejs/vue-devtools: Chrome devtools extension for debugging Vue.js applications. Sublime Text (2) - Drew Barontini The usefuless of this setup guide will vary based on your personal preferences for how your text editor should function, but it should help with the initial setup of Sublime Text. Let's get started. Sublime Text is a sophisticated text editor for code, markup and prose. You'll love the slick user interface, extraordinary features and amazing performance. — Description from the Sublime Text website. #1. The first thing you need to do in Sublime is install Package Control. A full-featured package manager that helps discovering, installing, updating and removing packages for Sublime Text 2. — Description from the Package Control website. #2. Note: To install a package, bring up the Command Palette (cmd+shift+p on Mac, or Tools > Command Palette in the Menu Bar), type "Install Package," select that option, type in the package name, and hit enter when you find the one you want. There is a large list of packages available, but these are the ones that I use currently. #Themes #Color Schemes #3. #4.
The Definitive Guide: Sublime Text 2, a Code Editor to Love You know, old habits die hard. Therefore I got stuck to the HTML editor Homesite ever since I started to design websites more than a century ago. I took a look at other editors here and there but always returned to my good ol’ buddy. It had almost everything I needed on my daily business. Okay, it lacked movable tabs, the file browser was pretty sluggish and some other minor glitches bugged me from time to time. But I loved it wholeheartedly. Working with Sublime Text 2. Getting to know each other Sublime Text 2 is available for Windows, OS X and Linux at www.sublimetext.com/2 for free and can be evaluated as long as desired. Sublime Text 2 can be heavily customized and a multitude of plugins just wait for you to be used. Side by side Another important area can be found at the left-most position, namely the sidebar, which is hidden by default (to show it press Ctrl + K, Ctrl + B / Command + K, Command + B). A feature you will love: Goto Anything. Tag management Some other handy features:
jprichardson/sublime-js-snippets Full Unicode Input utility This utility can be characterized as an online extended character map oriented towards writing characters. It displays a table that looks like a set of keyboard buttons, and clicking on a button you enter the character in question. The characters will be appended to the text input area on the right. You can also type the Unicode number of a character in the box prefixed by “U+” and press Enter or click on the Add button. To copy the text onto your clipboard, click on the “Select” button and then use a function of your browser, typically Ctrl C, to copy the selected text onto the clipboard. You can then past the text where you like (typically, with Ctrl V). Whether you see a character properly in the table or in the input area depends on the fonts installed on your system. Due to problems in font handling, Internet Explorer may fail to display a character even though some font on your system contains it.
Right click, open folder with sublime text - Ideas and Feature Requests - Sublime Forum Until it's implemented in ST, you can achieve it easily with a .reg script: Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00 ; For folders. [HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\Directory\shell\sublime] @="&Open folder with Sublime Text""Icon"="\"C:\\Program Files\\SublimeText\\sublime_text.exe\",0" [HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\Directory\shell\sublime\command] @="\"C:\\Program Files\\SublimeText\\sublime_text.exe\" \"%1\"" [HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\Directory\Background\shell\sublime] @="&Open folder with Sublime Text""Icon"="\"C:\\Program Files\\SublimeText\\sublime_text.exe\",0" [HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\Directory\Background\shell\sublime\command] @="\"C:\\Program Files\\SublimeText\\sublime_text.exe\" \"%V\"" ; For files. [HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\*\shell\sublime] @="&Open with Sublime Text""Icon"="\"C:\\Program Files\\SublimeText\\sublime_text.exe\",0" [HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\*\shell\sublime\command] @="\"C:\\Program Files\\SublimeText\\sublime_text.exe\" \"%1\"" It adds 2 right click menus for folders: And it adds a right click menu for files.