Coda/Sublime Text 2
I start with Espresso and now trying Sublime Text 2
Komodo Edit 7 on linux mint, tried sublime looks good works good, but for now I will stick to Komodo (no need to switch, feel very comfortable with Komodo)
I’ve been using Notepad++ for as long as I can remember. Curious about Sublime Text now…
I use Dreamweaver and find it a solid program for writing HTML /CSS.
Notepad ++ and Dreamweaver …
DryThemes saidI was using NetBeans for last 2 years, this week I’ve discovered Sublime Text 2. I think I’ll switch to it, but I’m still missing some features from NetBeans. Sublime however is faster, lighter, and gives some great options, only thing I miss is autoformating.