When we think about Web development, we think of HTML (Hypertext Markup Language). It is a scripting language and shouldn’t be mistaken with programming languages like Python, C, C++, etc.
Web development, at times, can be confusing as you will be maintaining multiple HTML documents, and you must choose a good text editor to be better at managing the file clutter in your projects. Hence, we have compiled a list of 5 free best HTML editors.
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5 Free Best HTML Editors You Must Tryout
1) Visual Studio Code
Visual Studio Code is preferred by millions of developers around the world and is an excellent text editor from Microsoft. It is jam-packed with features and supports every language on the planet. The in-house marketplace is like a swiss army knife of code. There are thousands of themes and icons to choose from, which makes this text editor amazing. Additionally. There are file management, terminal integration, and version control, which make this editor an excellent choice.
Atom is an open-source text editor and is excellent for people who are getting started with their coding journey. It is an easy to use editor with support for additional packages that you can download.
Want to add features and language support? Easy! Just go to the package manager, search for the package and download it. Like Visual studio code, there is also support for themes that you can download to personalize the editor to your liking.
Notepad++ is a simple yet powerful text editor. It is also open-source, meaning that all developers and content creators can take advantage of the text editor right after a quick download. Notepad++ runs on Windows and Mac, and it uses less computing power than the average text editor, which is an added bonus.
Vim is the most simple text editor that you will find on the internet. With support for Windows, Linux, and Mac, Vim is one of the most stable editors. It’s designed for use both from a command-line interface (CLI) and as a standalone application in a graphical user interface (GUI).
Vim is one of the most advanced and less user-friendly text editors on the list. It requires a lot of effort and willingness to soak yourself.
Brackets is also an open-source text editor but from Adobe this time. It is an entirely free text editor with great visual tools for previewing your work and allowing for frontend developers’ lives easier. The file organization is amazingly done.
The editor is available on Mac, Windows, and Linux. The UI is excellent with a wide range of features. Also, you can download extensions from Github or even upload your extensions.
There are excellent paid editors as well but, our primary focus in this article was to list out free best HTML editors. Let us know in the comments section below if you’d like to see an article on top paid editors.
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