Editors

Sublime Text 3.0 Released – How to Install it on Linux

Sublime Text is a most popular, lightweight and smart cross-platform text and source code editor with a Python API, that available for Linux, Windows and Mac OS X. It is really an awesome application for programming and offers a wide range of file types with syntax highlighting for C, C++, C#, CSS, HTML, Java, JavaScript,…

Etherpad – A Real Time Web Based Online Collaborative Document Editor for Linux

Etherpad is a web based free document editor tool which allows a group of users to work jointly on a document in a real time, like a multi player editor which runs on a web browser. Etherpad authors can edit and at the same time see each others edits in real time with a capability…

Tea: An Ultimate Text Editor Cum Word Processor for Linux

A text editor is an application program which is used for editing plain text files, configuration files and source codes of programming languages. A word processor on the other hand performs word processing which includes composition, editing, formatting of written data. ‘Tea’, an application which is the combination of a text editor and a word…

Learn Useful ‘Vi/Vim’ Editor Tips and Tricks to Enhance Your Skills – Part 1

The need to learn how to use text editors in Linux is indisputable. Every system administrator and engineer deal with configuration (plain text) files on a daily basis, and most times this is done purely using one or more tools from a command-line interface (such as nano, vim, or emacs). Learn Linux Vi and Vim…

8 Interesting ‘Vi/Vim’ Editor Tips and Tricks for Every Linux Administrator – Part 2

In the previous article of this series we reviewed 7 tips and tricks to add to your vi/m skills set. Besides the reasons given previously, learning how to use effectively a text editor in Linux in an essential ability for a system administrator or engineer and is a required competency to pass any major Linux…