The thing I haven't been able to understand is how I am supposed to use a plain ol' text editor like TextWrangler or Atom to code, as opposed to a full-blow IDE like Xcode or Visual Studio. There are no debugging tools, so you can't know if you made an error, and their isn't autocomplete (prebugging, heh heh) which makes it much easier to make mistakes. I feel like I am missing something; how do people debug with their text editor workflow?
Your answer just got me out of my long search, am tired of Dreamweaver and needed something else that will give error-free coding. Encourage specialization. Now I have a directory of where to go
I'm afraid I don't quite understand what you are saying. Do you mean most text editors have support for debugging tools via plug ins?
I edited.. one sec I add more usefull packages for atom.. And yes this is what I say. You can Install what plugins you want
Yes, popkernel. Install differentplug-ins to do whatever you want to to do.They are not packed with the plug-ins.