Posts tagged "text editor"

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linux-markdown

Looking For A Markdown Editor For Linux? Try These 3 Solid Options

1st May, 2014
sublime-text-packages

Making The Best Text Editor Better: 7 Great Sublime Text Packages

15th April, 2014
happy-notepads

Four Of The Best Text Editors For Your Chromebook

21st March, 2014
jarte-word-processor

Need A Lightweight & Portable Word Processor? Jarte Delivers

14th March, 2014
Breevy

Write & Code Faster With Breevy

28th February, 2014
textilus-ipad

Word Processing On Your iPad? We Compare The Best Apps

25th February, 2014
ipad-keyboard

Turn Your iPad Into A Mobile Writing Workstation

14th February, 2014
search

The Secret To Finding The Perfect Writing App That Works For You

15th December, 2013
text-editors

5 Powerful OS X Text Editors For Those Who Need Them

6th December, 2013

WriteRoom for iOS: A Minimal, Productive Text Editor for iPhone & iPad

29th November, 2013
ulysses-iii-featured

Ulysses III: A Clean Stylish Text Editor for Writing and Managing Documents

30th October, 2013
mou-markdown-editor

Learn Markdown Using Mac Text Editor Mou

10th October, 2013
editorial-text

Editorial Brings Powerful Text Editing and Automation to iPad

4th October, 2013
python

Powerful Python IDE PyCharm Community Edition Now Available For Free

27th September, 2013
simplenote

Move Over TextEdit, Simplenote Is Now Available For the Mac

27th September, 2013

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sublime-text-packages

Making The Best Text Editor Better: 7 Great Sublime Text Packages

April 15, 2014

Sublime Text has become the gold standard in serious text editing. Yes, if you need to work via SSH, you’re going to need to learn Vim – but if you do any sort of development work on your own machine, you need Sublime. Github’s Atom may soon take the crown, but as long as it’s […]

kate_gedit_intro

Advanced Linux Text Editors Compared: kate vs gedit

August 3, 2013

Any Linux user will tell you that a good text editor is a vital component of a computer system, no matter if you’re a new user or a seasoned pro. While using a Terminal text editor (like nano or vim) is equally important, you might as well make use of your graphical desktop environment whenever it’s available to you.

ipad-keyboard

Turn Your iPad Into A Mobile Writing Workstation

February 14, 2014

Tablets are great for games, checking e-mail and watching movies, but not word processing… right? Not anymore.

jarte-word-processor

Need A Lightweight & Portable Word Processor? Jarte Delivers

March 14, 2014

Microsoft Word has become bloated! The selection of alternatives is limited. One has been around since 2001 and was almost forgotten. Jarte is free, lightweight, offers tabs among other features, and comes with a portable option.

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