As a web developer, Your commitment issues in life can be clearly highlighted by how often you change your code editors.
If you're going to choose one IDE for front-end development :
Let that be PHPStorm 6. Don't let PHP scare you, while it may seem primarily for PHP, It leaves no stone unturned to keep your
The advantages are way too many to enlist, here are a few :
- Zen Coding - Site Manager ( Like Dreamweaver but a gazillion times better than DW. ) - God Level Auto-complete (it auto-completes file paths too!) - Image Editing - Seamless Git integration. (Many swear by this as the USP of this IDE) - Rename something and it renames all references to that across your site - The project is opened from where you left it, in fact same line number!
The moment you start using it, give it a few days and you'll discover so many gems that'll make your coding a lot've fun and fast.