5 Best Text Editors and IDEs for Coders

As a coder, finding the right text editor that meets your requirements is crucial. You will probably spend a great amount of time using the text editors as well as IDEs once you start your journey as a coder. Let’s explore the top five text editors that you can explore as a coder.

A text editor is a program that enables you to create as well as edit a wide range of files written in diverse programming languages. As a coder, finding the right text editor that meets your requirements is crucial. You will probably spend a great amount of time using the text editors as well as IDEs once you start your journey as a coder. Here we have covered the top five best text editors for coders.

1. Visual Studio Code
It is an open-source code editor offered by Microsoft for Windows, Linux, and macOS. It offers a host of features such as syntax highlighting, debugging, etc. It is not actually a complete IDE, however, it can help in performing the majority of the tasks that an IDE does.
Download now — https://code.visualstudio.com/download

2. Sublime Text
It is a cross-platform source code editor that leverages the Python application programming interface. It is a feature-packed, easy-to-use code editor that offers a great user experience. It comes equipped with a range of features such as distraction-free writing mode, split editing, quick shortcuts and so much more.
Download Now — https://www.sublimetext.com/

3. Atom
It is a free, open-source, and customisable source code editor that can work across operating systems. Developed by GitHub, it is a desktop app developed leveraging web technologies. It comes with a range of language-specific features built-in.
Download now — https://atom.io/

4. Notepad++
It is a widely used text editor. It is a GPL-licensed open-source software and it is free to use. It is quite simple to use and it has already been translated into over 80 languages, which is one of the reasons for its popularity. However, this text editor only works with windows.
Download now — https://notepad-plus-plus.org/downloads/

5. Bluefish
It is similar to an IDE than actually a text editor, this means that it is a little complex for beginners. It is free to use and supports the majority of programming languages as it’s open-source. It offers a range of useful features that can be used across platforms.
Download now — http://bluefish.openoffice.nl/download.html

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