Atom’s functionality can be extended by adding packages such as auto-terminating HTML tags, minimaps, and Linter. Atom has a built-in package manager that simplifies searching for available packages and preferential installation.
2. AWS Cloud9
You can reformat your code using JS Beautify and CSSLint. Customizable keyboard shortcuts such as Emacs, Sublime Text, and Vim presets are also available.
AWS Cloud9 has a built-in image editor and is compatible with various version control systems such as BitBucket, GitHub, and Mercurial. The IDE supports deployment on various platforms such as Google App Engine, Heroku, Joyent, and Microsoft Azure.
One of the coolest features Brackets supports is live preview. Automatically open a new Chrome window to see how your code changes work in real time. The JSLint function checks the JS file while saving it using square brackets.
Like its contemporaries, the brackets come with auto-code completion. However, it is much faster than the ones offered by competitors. There is a Theseus extension for debugging JS applications built with brackets. Works with both Google Chrome and NodeJS.
You can increase the capacity of the bracket by installing an extension. Brackets provide a simple and very clear interface for finding and adding attachments. Useful extensions to add to the brackets include auto-prefix, code folding, markdown preview, smart highlights, and snippets.
4. Coding everywhere
The editor provided by Codeanywhere is based on CodeMirror and uses an OpenVZ container for the development environment called DevBox. In addition to allowing users to execute code in DevBox, the IDE allows you to connect to the virtual machine itself via FTP or SSH.
Codeanywhere comes with a built-in terminal that supports basic Unix and npm commands. It has a built-in debugger, provides tabbed file management, and supports deployment to Heroku.
The integrated development environment offers an amazing combination of performance, robustness, and stability. Oomph Project settings allow you to automate and reproduce the same workspace.