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Code Editor for Python, Javascript and CSS

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For the last 6 month's i've used notepad and an FTP client to code.

Right now i code using Python, JS, HTML & CSS languages.

Any suggestions for a good code editors?
What should i look for in a good code editor?

I would like to keep at a fast pace of work and not spend a great deal of time learning a new tool

Any other good tools i should be aware of?

Thanks
T.E
Dec 13 '20 #1
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SioSio
272 Contributor
I'm using Atom for coding python.
https://atom.io/
Dec 14 '20 #2
dev7060
645 Recognized Expert Contributor
Any suggestions for a good code editors?
Any other good tools i should be aware of?
VS Code and its extensions.
Dec 15 '20 #3
Vanisha
25 New Member
There are many code editors available for Python, Javascript, and CSS. Here are some popular options:

Visual Studio Code: This is a popular and powerful code editor from Microsoft that supports Python, JavaScript, and CSS, among many other languages.
PyCharm: PyCharm is a popular Python-specific code editor from JetBrains.
Sublime Text: Sublime Text is a popular code editor that supports many programming languages, including Python, JavaScript, and CSS.
Atom: Atom is an open-source code editor that supports many programming languages, including Python, JavaScript, and CSS.
Brackets: Brackets is a lightweight and open-source code editor that is specifically designed for web development, with support for languages like HTML, CSS, and JavaScript.

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Mar 20 '23 #4
erikbower65
12 New Member
For Python, JavaScript, and CSS, Visual Studio Code (VS Code) is an excellent code editor. It supports syntax highlighting, autocompletion, and linting for all three languages. VS Code has a vast extension ecosystem, offering additional features like debugging, code formatting, and Git integration. Its versatility makes it a top choice for web development, with seamless integration of popular frameworks and libraries. The live server extension allows real-time preview of web projects. Being lightweight and fast, VS Code ensures a smooth coding experience. Users praise its cross-platform support and frequent updates. Overall, VS Code is a top-notch editor for Python, JavaScript, and CSS, empowering developers with a feature-rich, productive coding environment.
Jul 25 '23 #5
vipulguptaseo
22 New Member
Given the programming languages you are using (Python, JS, HTML, and CSS), there are several excellent code editors that can significantly improve your development experience and help you work efficiently. Here are some popular code editors that are well-suited for web development and Python:

Visual Studio Code (VS Code):
Visual Studio Code is a highly popular and versatile code editor developed by Microsoft. It has a wide range of extensions and support for various programming languages, including Python, JavaScript, HTML, and CSS. VS Code provides a great balance between being feature-rich and easy to use, making it an excellent choice for developers of all levels.

Sublime Text:
Sublime Text is another popular code editor known for its speed and efficiency. It has a sleek and minimalistic interface with powerful features and extensive customization options. Sublime Text has a large community and a wide variety of plugins to enhance its functionality for different programming languages.

Atom:
Atom is an open-source, hackable code editor developed by GitHub. It is highly customizable through themes and packages, making it a versatile choice for web development. Atom has a user-friendly interface and provides seamless integration with version control systems like Git.

PyCharm:
If you want a more specialized code editor specifically tailored for Python development, PyCharm by JetBrains is an excellent option. It comes in two editions: Community (free) and Professional (paid). PyCharm provides advanced Python-specific features, debugging tools, and integration with web technologies, making it a go-to choice for Python developers.

Brackets:
Brackets is an open-source code editor primarily designed for web development. It offers live preview features for HTML and CSS, allowing you to see changes in real-time as you code. Brackets is lightweight and easy to use, making it a good option if you prioritize simplicity.

WebStorm:
If you're primarily working on web development projects using JavaScript, HTML, and CSS, WebStorm by JetBrains is a powerful IDE to consider. It offers intelligent code completion, code analysis, and great support for popular frameworks like React and Angular.

When looking for a good code editor, consider the following factors:

Language Support: Ensure that the code editor supports the languages you work with (Python, JS, HTML, CSS).

Extensions and Plugins: Look for a code editor that has a rich library of extensions and plugins to enhance functionality and provide support for additional tools and frameworks.

User Interface: Choose an editor with an intuitive and user-friendly interface that doesn't get in your way while coding.

Performance: Aim for a code editor that runs smoothly and has good performance, especially when dealing with larger projects.

Version Control Integration: Consider an editor that seamlessly integrates with version control systems like Git, as it simplifies collaboration and project management.

Other good tools to be aware of include:

Git: A version control system for tracking changes in code and collaborating with others.

GitHub or GitLab: Online platforms for hosting and managing Git repositories, often used for collaborative development.

Postman: A powerful tool for API testing and debugging.

Docker: A platform that allows you to create, deploy, and run applications in containers, which can simplify development and deployment processes.

Remember, the best code editor and tools for you will ultimately depend on your personal preferences and workflow. It's a good idea to try out a few options to see which one aligns best with your needs and helps you maintain a fast pace of work without a steep learning curve.
Jul 31 '23 #6
Rina0
13 New Member
Here are some suggestions for good code editors: Visual Studio Code, PyCharm, Sublime Text, Atom
Aug 6 '23 #7
dew075732
2 New Member
Ok, thanks for the information and have a good day!
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Aug 11 '23 #8
codiumltd
13 New Member
Hello T.E,

It's great that you've been coding using Python, JavaScript, HTML, and CSS with Notepad and an FTP client. Transitioning to a more feature-rich code editor can enhance your productivity and coding experience. Here are some suggestions and things to look for in a good code editor:

Visual Studio Code (VS Code):

Ease of Use: VS Code is known for its user-friendly interface and minimal learning curve. You can get started quickly without spending too much time on setup.
Language Support: It supports a wide range of languages and has extensive extensions for Python, JavaScript, HTML, and CSS.
Extensions: VS Code has a vast library of extensions that can add functionality, such as code formatting, debugging, and integration with version control systems like Git.
Fast and Lightweight: It's a lightweight editor that runs smoothly, even on less powerful machines.
Sublime Text:

Similar to VS Code, Sublime Text is known for its speed and simplicity.
It offers a range of plugins and packages to enhance your coding experience.
It's highly customizable, allowing you to tailor it to your preferences.
Atom:

Atom is an open-source, highly customizable editor developed by GitHub.
It offers a wide range of packages and themes to suit your needs.
Like VS Code, it's well-suited for web development and supports multiple languages.
Brackets:

Brackets is an open-source code editor specifically designed for web development.
It has a live preview feature for HTML and CSS, making it great for front-end development.
It's relatively easy to learn and use.
When choosing a code editor, consider your specific needs and preferences. Look for features like syntax highlighting, autocompletion, and version control integration, as they can significantly boost your productivity.

In addition to a code editor, you might also find the following tools useful:

Git: A version control system to track changes in your code and collaborate with others.
Package Managers: Depending on your language, tools like pip for Python and npm for JavaScript can help manage dependencies.
Linters: Tools like ESLint (for JavaScript) and Pylint (for Python) can help you maintain code quality.
Remember that the best tool for you ultimately depends on your workflow and personal preferences. I hope this helps you continue your coding journey smoothly!
Sep 27 '23 #9

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