We love Linux, but sometimes we need to use Windows or OS X and a cross-platform editor can be a home away from home. We've got 5 that might be just the productivity boost you've been looking for.
Adobe’s open source editor has finally come to Linux after months of hard work by the community. We've given it a quick overview to give you a taste of Adobe's latest efforts.
Sublime Text has gained a massive following since its release over five years ago. If you're looking for extensibility and a modern UI, Sublime Text might just be the editor for you.
Sublime Text 2, a proprietary IDE currently in beta, is often described as being better than the popular Mac client 'TextMate'. A developer ecosystem surrounds the application, crafting ever-new plugins and add-ons to extend the functionality.
The first stable version of the elementary project's text editor 'Scratch' has been released - and you don't need to be running elementary OS to use it. Scratch, written in Vala and Gtk+3, is similar to other text editors such as Gedit, but adds in additional user-friendly features that elementary project's apps are known for.
Bored of Gedit? Looking for something fresh and a bit more powerful? Check out Scribes.
Deditor – the lightweight Python-specific text-editor for Ubuntu - has added some super new features in its latest release.
Meet Deditor – a lightweight Python-specific text-editor for Ubuntu. Ubuntu’s default text-editor ‘Gedit’ is a capable choice for python programming whether new or adept but for those seeking something developed towards the needs of python-developers […]