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1.1 Welcome

There are lots of text editors on the market. Some are really basic, while some are more complex. There are cross-platform editors, but others which are for Mac OS X or Windows only.

As a beginner web designer, how do you choose the right text editor for your needs? Well, that’s what you’ll learn in this short course.

1.Introduction
1 lesson, 01:14

Free Lesson
1.1
Welcome
01:14

2.Mac Only Editors
2 lessons, 17:11

Free Lesson
2.1
Coda
08:51

2.2
Espresso
08:20

3.Windows Only Editors
1 lesson, 05:32

3.1
Notepad++
05:32

4.All Platform Editors
3 lessons, 30:14

4.1
Brackets
09:04

4.2
Atom
09:49

4.3
Sublime Text
11:21

5.Conclusion
1 lesson, 02:38

5.1
How to Choose the Right Editor?
02:38


1.1 Welcome

Which text editor should I use? Well, this is a question that a lot of people ask themselves, and even I have a couple of years ago when I first started coding. But my options then were kinda limited, especially since I was using Windows. Nowadays things are a bit different, because there are a bunch of code editors out there. Some are simple. Some are more complex. For example, they give you the option to install packages or plugins from GitHub. Some are Mac only, some are Windows only, and some are cross-platform. So from this whole array of editors, how do you choose the right one for you? Well, that's what we'll learn in this course. We'll analyze six of the most popular editors, and then we'll learn the pros and cons for using them, and in the end we'll have a look at the chart which will hopefully help you pick the right one for you. So without further ado, let's start with the Mac-only editors. And the very first one is Coda. That's coming up next.