-.- Html is a language not a code editor... -.-
I'm a huge Eclipse fanboy, mainly because I work with Java a lot! It feels really nice and I love the convenience of the interface!
I use Brackets for web development stuff because it can push the results directly to a browser also in html if you type something like a starting h1 element, it does the ending one for you. I also can't believe that Brackets is that popular! Check it out here if you haven't already.
I use Notepad++ for windows. Sublime Text looks interesting but it's not free (You can download it for free but then it doesn't stop bothering you to pay because it's an unregistered version)
-Well really because I think a programmer should need to be able to adapt and learn how to use multiple IDE's aswell as adapt to languages.
-Haven't found my suit yet...
therefore I try all to find out. In the mean time I use all of them and will keep using them as long as there's something to learn from it.
It's designed for chrome/chrome OS
here it is anyway
My editor isnt listed: TextPad
I program mostly in HTML, and use notepad to do it, then view it in the browser, and looks awesome.
Lol for C++, Visual Studio is the best if you are building a project with many libaries.. otherwise if it is a small project, then Code::Blocks can do the job
How can you tell what kind of code editor something is?
@williamwallacef13 When you launch a program, it should have it's name underneath or beside the icon, or you can look at the title bar on the very top.
For example, my browser's title bar looks like this:
And my current primary code editor's title bar looks like this:
That would explain why I couldn't find what type of code editor Xcode uses; it uses it's own
In that case, I use Xcode's text editor the most; it is my favorite as well.
@printcoder_eric I've tried a few, but never been able to find a dark one I like. They work fine for me, though ¯\_(ツ)_/¯