Atom

A hackable text editor for the 21st Century

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#4 Product of the DayFebruary 26, 2014
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Reviews

Alice Tribuleva
Jeppe Bijker
Petr Pridal
 
  • Petr Pridal
    Petr PridalCEO of Klokan Technologies GmbH.
    Pros: 

    fully customizable, a lot of supported formats, works everywhere

    Cons: 

    size

    I have been using Atom for more than a year. So far the best editor for coding. The only downside is the size and how much RAM it requires to run.

    Petr Pridal has used this product for one year.

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Jamie Skella
Jamie Skella@jamieskella · Co-founder of Contact Light
As someone who only writes web code infrequently, not warranting a purchase the likes of Sublime Text, TextMate or even Textastic, Atom is a no-brainer.
Chris Chinchilla
Chris Chinchilla@chrischinch
I love Atom, and you might like to read about my setup, especially if you're a writer… https://hackernoon.com/making-at...
Ryan HooverPro@rrhoover · Founder, Product Hunt
By the GitHub folks. Discussion: http://discuss.atom.io
Omar El Amri
Omar El Amri@oelamri
Atom and Sublime Text are great visual experiences, but it would be great if they could also understand language and framework logic in the same way that Webstorm does.
Juil Yoon
Juil Yoon@juil_yoon · Photographer. Programmer for fun.
Have been using Atom for 2 weeks now while going through a Udacity nanodegree, and I loving it! Some fantastic package recommendations here: http://benmccormick.org/2016/01/...