Everything starts with a single line of code. After that, you can create almost everything. But which one of the various code editors out there, is the best?

Here we will give you the top 5. Let’s start.

 

 

 

 

Number 5- Vim

Vim was released in 1991 but in today’s date, year 2018 It’s still appearing on multiple favorite code editors lists decades later. Why?

It Has a large community of dedicated users.

It’s constantly being updated, with new scripts. Is completely customizable and offers guides.

Number 4- Sublime Text

I personally like Sublime Text a lot. Is fast, has a lot of features and plugins.

Has a “Goto anything” keyboard shortcut where you can jump to any symbol or line of code. It also allows you to make several changes at the same time, so you don’t lose any time changing each line of code individually. One thing I also like It’s the fact that Sublime is complete customizable just like Vim.

Number 3- Notepad++   

An open-source platform and a free editor. Supports 50+ programming languages and allows users to create their own. It offers a smaller overall program size and It’s already installed on your PC. It uses less CPU power than the others. But the most important feature It’s the space that occupies (Only takes up 4MB). That’s the main reason for the use.

Number 2-  Brackets

Since 2014 brackets It’s been out there. It belongs to Adobe. In common with Atom, it’s also a free open-source platform that has Html, CSS and JavaScript. It’s mainly used for web development.

Number 1- Atom has an integrated system that allows you to install new packages or create your own. Is an open-source cross-platform editor from Github that you can use on Windows, Linux or OS X. Besides that, It’s free.

(JavaScript, Html, CSS and Node.js).

Number 1- Atom

Atom has an integrated system that allows you to install new packages or create your own. Like the others mentions above, is an open source cross-platform editor. It’s from Github and you can use on Windows, Linux or OS X. It supports JavaScript,Html,CSS and Node.Js.

Besides that, It’s free.

Obviously there are more cool editors out there. This is just an opinion, search and find which one suits your preferences better!