Tag: editor

My Top 10 Sublime Text Plugins

If I were a gambling man I’d wager that you’re probably a Sublime Text 2 user. In fact I might go so far as to say it’s probably running on your machine right now. If so, definitely have a look at this list of plugins for the app, it’s a great collection. While I don’t […]

Posted: January 17, 2013

EpicEditor – An embeddable JavaScript Markdown editor

EpicEditor – An embeddable JavaScript Markdown editor. I love that Markdown has had this sort of resurgence over the past year or so. It makes so much sense to me, and stabilizes so much of the frustration I see clients dealing with when their WYSIWYG editor simply gets in the way. I don’t have much […]

Posted: July 19, 2012

Your Editor is Not the Bottleneck

Your Editor is Not the Bottleneck. We still love talking about our tools, even if we don’t like talking about our tools. It’s really quite an oddity how much we talk about what we write our code in, myself included. I’ve written at length my observation of a curiosity surrounding what else is out there, […]

Posted: July 17, 2012


Redactor. Wow, two new WYSIWYG editors in a single month, this must be some sort of 2012 record. Redactor is a new (to me) WYSIWYG editor that piggybacks jQuery to give youyour clients a really nice way of editing content. I really like the drag and drop upload integration for media, and especially the nice […]

Posted: May 29, 2012

JSLint in Sublime Text 2 on OS X

Sublime Text 2, also known as TextMate 2 in my office, is becoming increasingly useful to me. The only trouble thus far is the lack of community involvement to the extent of TextMate. That’s to be expected, it’s an alpha that went cross platform two seconds ago. All that aside though, it’s an impressive alpha. […]

Posted: April 21, 2011