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themebros says

Does SublimeText come with FTP?

It has a zillion awesome plugins (packages as they call it). There’s a FTP plugin as well, but it doesn’t support SFTP. But if you need SFTP support you can get the Sublime SFTP premium plugin, it’s $16.

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Jaynesh says


Does SublimeText come with FTP?
It has a zillion awesome plugins (packages as they call it). There’s a FTP plugin as well, but it doesn’t support SFTP. But if you need SFTP support you can get the Sublime SFTP premium plugin, it’s $16.

Awesome :) I might try this out. I’m using Coda at the moment.

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SomniaThemes says

Does SublimeText come with FTP?

Yep, with package controle you can add a free FTP solution.

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themebros says



Does SublimeText come with FTP?
It has a zillion awesome plugins (packages as they call it). There’s a FTP plugin as well, but it doesn’t support SFTP. But if you need SFTP support you can get the Sublime SFTP premium plugin, it’s $16.
Awesome :) I might try this out. I’m using Coda at the moment.

Also install Dayle Rees Color Schemes (i’m using LastNight), Soda and Find Function Definition. There’s a few more, but i reinstalled Windows yesterday, forgot to make a list of packages i had.

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UXbarn says

I’m using Aptana Studio. :)

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mountainthemes says

Dayle Rees color schemes are awesome! thanks @themebros.

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themebros says


Sublime Text
Sublime Text is not an IDE: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Integrated_development_environment

Sublime Text is much more then a text editor with code highlighting.

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Smartik says



Sublime Text
Sublime Text is not an IDE: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Integrated_development_environment
Sublime Text is much more then a text editor with code highlighting.
I didn’t said that it is just a text editor, but for sure is not an IDE. But if you think so, then my favorite IDE is Notepad++. ;)

P.S. I agree that Sublime Text is a very good code editor for developers.

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srcn says

Netbeans for coding PHP heavy stuff like plugins and/or modules, because of xdebug, code completion and detailed file history. Sublime for HTML + CSS + everything else.

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