For the last few months, I’ve been using Atom as my primary IDE, and I’ve been happy with it. It took a little while to get it set up to my liking, but such is the case of an IDE that claims to be “a hackable text editor for the 21st century.” Or more formally: Atom is a text editor that’s modern, approachable, yet hackable to the core—a tool you can customize to do anything but also use productively without ever touching a config file. Much of the strength of the IDE lies not in the IDE itself but what can be done with it once you’ve installed packages, themes, and so on. Since I’ve been using it, I’ve written a few posts about it (which I’ll share at the end of this post). Though now that some time has passed, I thought I’d share some of the Atom packages for WordPress developers that I recommend (leaving those out that I don’t). Atom Packages for WordPress There are a lot of packages for the IDE. Over the last few months, I’ve done a series of trial and error with numerous Atom packages for WordPress development and the ones I continue to use (or the ones I’ve found most useful) are as follows: Autocomplete
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