Everyone designer and developer knows about Atom, Brackets, Sub-Lime Text, Visual Studio Code, Text Mate, and Notepad++.
Just want to give out a shout to some of these other text editors that may not be known, but are dynamic and can get the job done in an efficient manner.
 

Codelobster


 

Codelobster is actually a free IDE that I have used and highly recommend.
It offers these standard features:
PHP/HTML/CSS/JavaScript highlighting; advanced PHP/HTML/CSS/JavaScript autocomplete; a powerful PHP debugger; context and dynamic Help; a code validator; a SQL manager and much more…
There is also a Pro version that works directly with popular CMS and Frameworks.
Only downside: only available for Windows at this time.

 

Textastic


 

Textastic is a simple and fast text, code, and markup editor for Mac, Ipad and Iphone. t supports syntax highlighting of more than 80 programming and markup …
Textastic is a paid software, but offers a free download and trial period.

 

Bluefish



 

Bluefish is a powerful editor targeted towards programmers and webdevelopers, with many options to write websites, scripts and programming code. Bluefish supports many programming and markup languages.
Bluefish is a Free cross platform editor (Win, OSx, Linux)

 

Komodo Edit

pspad

 

PSPad editor is a programmers editor with support for multiple syntax highlighting profiles. It comes with a hex editor, CP conversion, text differences, templates, macros, spellcheck option, auto-completion, and code explorer.
Free and for Windows.

 

Komodo Edit is a Free, simple, polyglot editor that provides the basic functionality you need for programming. Looking for a powerful editor without all the advanced functionality that comes with an IDE? Komodo Edit is for you.
Available for Win, Mac and Linux

 

Smultron


 

Use Smultron 9 to create or edit any text document. Everything from a web page, a note or a script to any single piece of text or code.
Since Smultron 9 is easy to use, quick and uses powerful technologies like auto save, it helps you to do what you want to do without getting in your way. So you can save time and get things done.
Mac Only available from Smultron or Mac App Store: $10

 

jEdit

 

Edit is a mature programmer’s text editor with hundreds (counting the time developing plugins) of person-years of development behind it.
While jEdit beats many expensive development tools for features and ease of use, it is released as free software with full source code.
The jEdit core, together with a large collection of plugins is maintained by a world-wide developer team.
Written in Java, so it runs on Mac OS X, OS/2, Unix, VMS and Windows.

 

CoffeeCUp Free Editor

 

The CoffeeCup Free HTML Editor is a full-featured web design system. With built-in S-Drive sync and real-time preview that updates HTML5 and CSS3.
The HTML Editor now supports HTML5 and CSS3. With this and other great tools like code completion, a comprehensive tag reference, built-in validation, and vibrant website themes you can create gorgeous, standards-compliant sites.
Available only for Windows: A full featured paid version also available.

 

PSPad


 
PSPad editor is a programmers editor with support for multiple syntax highlighting profiles. It comes with a hex editor, CP conversion, text differences, templates, macros, spellcheck option, auto-completion, and code explorer.
Free and for Windows.

If you are like me, sometimes I just want to try out something different to see how it works, with a different working enviroment.

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Gerald Watanabe
 
IslandWebTek

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