Introducing the Atom Text Editor, for Working with Various File Formats

By HTMLGoodies Staff

Developers dealing with the daily grind of web development spend a considerable amount of time working with various file formats such as HTML, JavaScript, Ruby on Rails and other. This is where Atom comes in, whether it’s the much-maligned Notepad or perhaps the popular Sublime Text, it’s critical tool in any developer’s toolkit and quickly becoming a well-known and accepted option. Learn more here.

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