You’ve likely heard that Sublime Text 3 was officially released, after over four years of being in beta. It’s also likely that, if you’re a savvy Sublime Text user, you’ve been using the beta for almost as long. In case you haven’t been, or are not a Sublime Text user at all, I definitely encourage you to try it out. Sublime Text is nagware, which means you can try it for free for as long as you want, as long as you don’t mind closing the nag on a regular basis. The last four years have brought incredible improvements, which are far too many to list, even for the release post which states: I wanted to highlight some of the changes from Sublime Text 2 here, however it’s surprisingly hard: virtually every aspect of the editor has been improved in some way, and even a list of the major changes would be too long. If you’d like to see the full list of changes, the team has made a dedicated page for them. One of my absolute favorite updated features include “Goto Definition,” which allows quickly navigating to the source of a function/method/etc. Sublime Text is not a full IDE, but little touches like this bring it that much closer.
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