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Landonw says

If you use windows and have not heard of Intype, you should check it out. It’s super simple interface turned me on to it, because all I see is what I want – tabs, and my code.

See it here: http://inotai.com/intype/

The best part is for CSS – not only does it highlight, but if you type, for instance body { it automatically closes it and adds a tab between it, so you’re ready to go.

I’m glad I switched from Notepad++ – it isn’t version 1 yet, only 0.9.3 (rc, unstable), but it works well for web development.

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ThemeFusion says

Have you tried sublime text 2? http://www.sublimetext.com

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Landonw says

I have – it didn’t seem to offer much more than Intype, and Intype is free :)

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Landonw says

http://www.adobe.com/products/dreamweaver.html

I haven’t used dreamweaver in a very long time – it’s got too much excess and is too expensive. Not looking for a new editor, just sharing the one I like best.

Dreamweaver is great if you can’t memorize all of the attributes and tags, but Intype has something called “bundles” which can tell you all of these things. Just try it, you’ll like it.

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StelianSubotin says

Looks good to me, however, i am using Sublime Text 2 and i’m very happy with it. I used to work with Dreamweaver but now when i have ST 2 i really hate DW. My PC ain’t so fast and it takes about 15 seconds to load, while ST loads in 2-3.

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pezflash says

See it here: http://inotai.com/intype/

I’m a notepad++ user. Have tried this new one, looks promising.
Like the bundles snippets, and some tools like delete from end / being of whole word with hot keys. Although seems like i can’t get the “projects” feature to work, maybe is because this current portable version, not sure. Having projects in a small editor is a nice thing i miss on Notepad++.

Thanks for the link. ;)

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dorbens says

I highly recommend Visual Studio 2010.. the environment is really great and comfortable for both small and big (mostly) projects.

I must admit, never heard of this little program, and I think it’s even better than VS.

Thank you for the link man.


If you use windows and have not heard of Intype, you should check it out. It’s super simple interface turned me on to it, because all I see is what I want – tabs, and my code.

See it here: http://inotai.com/intype/

The best part is for CSS – not only does it highlight, but if you type, for instance body { it automatically closes it and adds a tab between it, so you’re ready to go.

I’m glad I switched from Notepad++ – it isn’t version 1 yet, only 0.9.3 (rc, unstable), but it works well for web development.
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digitalimpact says

I have – it didn’t seem to offer much more than Intype, and Intype is free :)

So is Sublime, the evaluation period has no time limit and you get the same features as the paid version. ;)

Anyway, it’s a very good thing these 2 exist. Intype being free will force Sublime to start pushing updates a lot faster, at least for the paid version (which I honestly think is very cheap).

Both are very nice editors and most of the features are kinda the same, but for the moment I’ll stick to Sublime, especially because it’s also available on OSX .

Thanks for the link, will keep an eye on it :)

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bitsquare says

This editor looks great to me. Will try it now. :) Thanks for sharing.

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