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Last Updated: February 25, 2016
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· emgiezet

Write more code in Symfony2 with that nine simple questions

I was kind a skeptic about moving from heavy weight IDE(eclipse like) to Sublime. But damn sublime is damn quick. Sublime is not a fork of Vim. With few plugins you can keep your old flow. With another few more you can optimize it.

I did this and two months ago and still my eclipse icon is covered with dust.

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So there are eight questions to ask yourself:

Q: Want to install anything?

A: Install Package Control

Q: Want to avoid typos and syntax errors?

A: Install SublimeLint

Q: Want to remember about documentation

A: Install DocBlockr

Q: Want to write html & twig faster?

A: Install Emmet

Q: Want to update composer from your sidebar?

A: Install Composer

Q: Want to run your PHPUnit from your editor?

A: Install PHPUnit

Q: Want to write with PHP-PSR-2?

A: Install PHP Code Sniffer

Q: Want to do more with less code?

A: Install following packages:

And the final one that you need to answer yourself.

Do you dare to move to sublime2?

PS.
Buy the freaking license.

PPS.
Use the freaking PHP Coding standards

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7621

Sublime is not a fork of Vim

over 1 year ago ·
7624

@vlakarados So can you explain why vim commands are working on sublime? It's not a direct fork. Vim isn't father but step-father for sure.

over 1 year ago ·
7629

@emgiezet it's a plugin with VIM keybindings it's nothing to do with VIM environment. It's like viper for emacs or VsVim for Visual studio or Eclim for eclipse.

over 1 year ago ·
7630

@ex00 You can add the 1 to 1 vim key bindings. But vim was the inspiration. Btw I removed the fork sentence. Thx.

over 1 year ago ·
7632

@emgiezet yeah, it's just a pre-installed plugin, a great one, but it's not in the core

over 1 year ago ·
7634

Vim commands in all those editors are emulated and limited. That means it will never work exactly the same as in vim. For an old vim user that's a no-go for a switch.

over 1 year ago ·
7636

@jakubzalas there aren't any switch options for hardcore VIM users. I know that sublime to VIM is like going to McDonald's for salads.

over 1 year ago ·
7654

You should mention about Soda theme, it provide much more comfortable work.

over 1 year ago ·
7686

@emgiezet What about code completion? Can't find any plugins.

over 1 year ago ·
7687

Codeintel is not so cool. Especially with MVC frameworks.

over 1 year ago ·
8414

@emgiezet there is only one - Emacs. But mode editing in VIM is the fastest one

over 1 year ago ·
12112

I like to use Codelobster: http://www.codelobster.com

over 1 year ago ·