The Text Editor That You Control
Atom is the text editor that everyone has used at least once, if not, then you don’t know what you are missing. Much like Sublime, Atom can be used for a wide range of projects that you might have.
We will dive right into what atom is and how it can benefit you by using it. Of course, there are many IDEs floating around now, and it can be hard to know which one to choose.
So what is Atom all about?
Atom is a text editor that is open source and is well supported by a large community. It is widely used for web development, with support for PHP, HTML, CSS, Ruby on Rails. Atom also supports coding in Java, C, C++ and Go.
With much support in many languages, you can see why it is so popular with developers. A plus with atom is that you can use it across multiple operating systems, support for OS X, Windows, or Linux. I if you are working on more than one project or file, you can open them all in one window with a helpful feature of splitting the pane into multiple panes to help speed up development.
Atom packages is a great feature to have, and a great advantage atom as is the built-in package manager. You can search and install any package you need from within atom. With over 6,000 packages to choose from, covering your every need.
Overall Atom is a great easy to use text editor. Quick to install and set up, used by professionals. For doing project work at college this is a handy tool to have.