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Anyone with Jetbrains Webstorm?
Or what IDE do you use for web design/programming?

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  • 11
    I use JetBrains for basically everything 😁
  • 5
    I personally use these ides/editors:

    "phpstorm" => basic html/css/js and obviously php.

    "pycharm" => python

    "atom/vscode" => more complex html / css, react, vuejs, nodejs clients and modules, json etc..
  • 6
    sublime text with addons and propper configuration ;-)
  • 3
    Ms notepad
  • 9
    I use scratch. It's amazing!

    Simply kidding of course, so don't hunt me down.

    I use VS code.
  • 3
    I was a big fan of IntelliJ when I was doing a lot of Java work. I've been doing more web stuff lately but haven't gotten around to trying WebStorm, because I usually just use Atom.
  • 1
    Although I like websrorm and phpstorm or even any intellij ide buy they aren't cheap. I use vscode for most of the Web Dev with plugins, For java I do use intellij idea
  • 1
    Hell no.
  • 4
    Sublime. I am gonna share the packages I use next week. ðŸĪ”
  • 2
    VS Code ftw
  • 3
    I don’t do web dev....
    I use Emacs for programming 😊
    Gonna try VS code too though 😁😁😎😎
  • 3
    @vkubre are you a student? Do you work for an educational institution? Do you work on open source projects? If you said yes to any of these congratulations their entire toolbox is free for you to use.
  • 1
    @gitlab I do have educational license as Im engineering student, but still I also do some commercial projects which is not supported by their license.
  • 1
    @vkubre wait someone following the license XD it's not like they can tell the difference between whether your programming something as a student, a closed source software or an open source project.
  • 2
    @gitlab being developer hurts me that someone doesn't appreciate what you have made available to them and also vsCode is also as better as any IDE.
  • 2
    @vkubre the thing is I do appreciate it very much. And I actually have two licenses one for work (I work at a school) which is the teacher/student license because I open source the code to work stuff. And I have a personal license that I pay for.
  • 1
    @gitlab I think you try vsCode with extension

    Laravel blade
    Php debug
    Php support
    Git lens
  • 1
    I use VSC and Atom mostly. I also know how to exit vim ðŸĪŠ
  • 1
    I use Jetbrains for Java/Python/Go and sublime for everything else. I would like to move to Sublime but i currently don't have the time.
  • 1
    IntelliJ Ultimate which is basically IntelliJ + WebStorm + PhpStorm and some others

    It's just awesome, I love it!
  • 1
    Well I did use webstorm, then i got a computer from ${work} without admin rights so I couldn't install it, installed atom instead and now I've customized it so much that it'd be a great pain to switch back (webstorm can now be installed without admin rights)
  • 2
    VSCode is life don't @ me
  • 3
    I use atom for almost everything I do. <sarcasm>I actually dislike huge IDEs so I decided to use a massive electron app instead.</sarcasm>
  • 2
    @vkubre I've tried, it's not the same for me.
  • 2
    Jetbrains ftw
    IntelliJ for Java and CLion for C++
  • 2
    VS Code

    Heavy IDE like WebStorm, phpstorm etc makes no sense nowadays IMO.
  • 1
    @NGPixel have you ever tried them?
  • 1
    @HAlex Yes and I've yet to find a single reason to use them over vs code.
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