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@Horst your link doesn't seem to do what you intended?

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SublimeText3 with Alignment, All Autocomplete, ASCII Decorator, Bracket Highlighter, DiffView, Emmet, GitGutter, Material Theme, SideBarEnhancements, and ToDo Review.

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Got more plugins, but recently discovered ToDo Review (thanks for the mention OrganizedFellow!) and really love it..always tried to find a way to organize some code notes/todo's but using a separate note app didn't work out because I forget to review it^^

Then I was in the process of writing a little PHP script which would scan project files for @todo and create a website, while coding a stumbled upon the ST3 plugin..yeah :D

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Not to forget ST3 SFTP and Sublimerge plugins. They cost little but bring huge benefits to my workflow

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I'm not using diff a lot but free diffy does the job for me so far

And I had good times using FTPSync which is also free

your mentions @gebeer got probably more features and support though..

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My favorite since years is http://komodoide.com/komodo-edit/

Had all i need to work for my simple dev skills.... ;)

together with the AutoCode addon i could setup PW and own functions like this and use it with autocompletion:

$pages->find('[[%tabstop:selector]]');

entering pfind + TAB gets me the whole snippet...everything else like ftp, projectmanagment, autocompletion, todo lists (file/project), commandline, diff, is there...and it is much more faster than other IDE's and has not so much localisation problems like Atom or Brackets with german keyboard layout...

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Hi,

 If you have 13 minutes to kill, you might enjoy this https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dIjKJjzRX_E  

 It's funny but he makes some interesting points. This guy also has a series on functional programming with javascript. I've only watched the first video so far but I thought it was pretty good. Recommended here https://processwire.com/talk/topic/13494-methods-to-cycle-through-foreachcompare-values-of-children/?p=121747

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