Users of the Sublime Text 2 editor already know how flexible and useful it can be in developing their own software. SitePoint has a new post that wants to help enhance that experience even more with a list of 10 essential plugins you can use as a full-stack developer.
When I started with web development a few years ago, Vim was my first choice of text editor. It was easy to work with and I could get the basics done without much hassle. [...] In spite of the "Vim vs Emacs" debate out there, about a year ago I decided to try out a native text editor and Twitter was abuzz with one of them (no prizes for the guessing which one.) The creators of Sublime Text say it's a text editor you'll fall in love with and, having worked with it for almost a year now, I must say I completely agree with them.
Among their "top 10" list are things like:
- Package Control
Each item on the list comes with a link to the library, a brief description of what it has to offer and a screenshot (in most cases) of it at work.