Apparently it's the best there ever was. Trying it tomorrow morning. I've never been complete with DW.
I've been using for about 2 or 3 months now and it rocks. There is no editor that even comes close in terms of speed, and I've tried a lot of them.
ctrl+p is your friend. I hardly ever browse using the file tree. If I want to open say htdocs/styles/main.css I just type ctrl+p, 'htstmain' (or less, depending on what else is there) and it pops up. Just press enter and it opens. Looking for the declaration of #footer, hit ctrl+p, type '@footer', and there you go.
I could go on for a while, but long story short it totally rocks.
I learned a lot from these tutorials: https://tutsplus.com/course/improve-workflow-in-sublime-text-2/
Sublime has a great UI and is a doddle to use. I am hooked on Coda for the Mac and Komodo on the PC but would rate Sublime as a worthy standby.
Nice link thank you!
So I've been playing with Sublime. It's very nice. Not in love with the code highlighting options. Maybe I can find a plugin for more options. One thing I havnt been able to figure out though is... In DW I like how you can define a site. So when you open the app all your websites are there showing in the sidebar. I have failed to find that option in Sublime. I can only just open a folder or file. Is there a way to define a site or project like DW does? Thanks!
It's alright, but for Windows I much prefer using Komodo Edit.
Just got used the sublime text 2 two months ago, I like to get the new one but you need to buy it
Seems like a good one, although i`ve never heard of it. Thanks for the share.
I like the highlight and still struggle with the page search.
Find in files is very good.