It seems like every couple of weeks there is a new editor released into the wild promising ever greater speed and better features. Its a crowded market, and becoming ever more so with the recent release of a number of cloud based solutions.
While Sublime is incredibly customisable, due to it lack of active development, its starting to lag behind the competition somewhat, so we thought it could be time to look out for something new.
The process of finding a new editor is never a simple task, nor is it one that is necessarily at the top of a developers to do list. We spend a huge amount of our day looking at our chosen platform, we customise it, we tweak it and we make it ours, so to move to a new platform can feel like a leap into the dark.
We’re loving this simple CSS Checkbox: http://codepen.io/bdan/pen/jAkZZK .
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Ress thinks so, and with some great features it may be time to abandon your old reset:
box-sizing: border-box; in all elements.
margin in all elements.
background-repeat: no-repeat in all elements.
- Remove the
outline when hovering in all browsers.
font-family: monospace in code elements.
border-radius in input elements.
- Specify font inheritance of form elements.
- Remove the default button styling in all browsers.
- Specify textarea resizability to vertical.
cursor: pointer to button elements.
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Docker for Mac and Windows public beta is out! No more VirtualBox!
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Same simple task in multiple programming styles using JS
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A SASS mixin that dynamically creates an SVG background image to form “angled edges” for large sections