Install this first and proceed because a feature has been really missing in sublime.
I use Sublime text 2 and so far it has been my most favourite text editor. My love for it increases with more features I find. Here is a small collection of my favourite set of plugins and snippets and I hope you’ll love them too.
dedicated to all ‘serious front end developers’
Pro tip: For permanently setting a particular syntax highlighting go for
View -> Syntax -> Open all with current extension as... ->[your syntax choice]
For comparing 2 files, sublime has a built-in file comparison mechanism. Right click on the tab to find ‘compare with…’ option.
Nevertheless, a text comparison tool is definitely a handier alternative and this plugin brings it inside sublime-text.
Sublime text snippets for angularjs developers.
Isn’t it convenient to have such a utility inside the editor. There are some related plugins that you can also hunt for – json formatter, json highlighter, json /xml prettifier etc.
This one makes writing your specs breeze. Just write your specs in plain english, indented properly (for describe & it blocks) & hit Ctrl (Win-Alt) (Mac-Cmd) Shift + J.
If you liked that, then you may also find UnitJS even more fun.
As the name implies, it helps you generate snippets for underscore, a similar package exists for lodash called Vanilla lodash Snippets
It requires you to have
There are some more packages that I’ve not explored yet, but will love to, and they are
Want ShellScript (Bash) syntax highlighting for your dot files? You’re damn right you do! This plugin is a must for all kinds of developments because you can never get past dot files.
Often times you would have desired to slug selected portion of text, this saves your mind
When you’re working with your content provider, tweaking minor texts in the static html files, and when text is all that matters to you, then you will love this – another nifty solution from sindresorhus. This will totally save your day.
Its also available for atom & text-mate.
See also: How to exclude Folders from Sublime Text Search
Sublime text snippets the most loveable feature I’ve ever found. There are plenty out there, to simplify your daily coding activity. You can write your own code snippets too. There is a decent article on Hongkiat on this too. Here are some snippets that will drive you crazy.
Pro Tip: Make it a habit of routinely invoking the Package Controller, cmd/ctrl + shift + p and typing ‘ip‘. This will highlight the Package Installer. Then, you can search for your beloved set of keywords e.g. Emmet, React, Snippets, JS, json, es6, babel, node etc. and hit enter after selection
My most favourite snippet, this makes writing documentation headers smooth. It feels like magic. I fell in love with it in the first sight.
The next generation of snippets i.e. in
ES6 for programming with
React. Just type
React.component and it autocompletes with a code snippet with cursors at the right locations to name your component.
ae and tons of many other shortcuts to autocomplete your code – if you code in
JS everyday, you’ll simply fall in love with it.
If you liked the Jasmine Scaffold plugin mentioned above, you may also like the jasmine snippets. Unlike the plugin, it’s just quick text to help you with the petty stuff.
Generates Angular Material snippets for , , as directives referred in the documentation.