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  1. I am not sure how many established ProcessWire users use the Atom IDE, but since it is free, works on linux, and has the features I like, I decided to install it. It is a very nice and comfortable interface. It would be nice to have the advanced.js provider reference the ProcessWire API directly so that users are always up to date. There are a vast number of similar IDEs, and I don't suggest that ProcessWire 'endorse' any particular one. However, I do think that having such plugins available for a few can only add to the attraction of ProcessWire.
  2. HELLO! Anyone happen to be using Atom the open source IDE from github? I've been using it for about a year now and other than the occassional crash it's been great. I was wondering if anyone out there has proccesswire specific snippets, syntax hightlighting or autocomplete package they've created to add their PW work? If not would anyone be interested if I made one, and what would be most useful?
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