In that time I used a bunch of SublimeText plugins to help me in my day to day:
- Markdown Editing. Provides a decent Markdown color scheme (light and dark) with more robust syntax highlighting and useful Markdown editing features.
- Markdown Preview. Preview and build your markdown files quickly in your web browser.
- Markdown TOC. Search headings in document and insert/update TOC(Table Of Contents) to it.
To the previous list we need to attach the spellchecker, autocomplete, minimap, highlight selected text and some more great core features of SublimeText.
A week ago I start using Atom text editor (v1.0.2) so I looked for a list of similar plugins that helps me in my day to day in the same way as previous plugins on SublimeText:
- Minimap, A preview of the full source code. Replicates the minimap core feature of SublimeText.
- Highlight Selected: Double click on a word to highlight it throughout the open file. Replicated the highlight selected text core feature of SublimeText.
- Markdown TOC: Generate/updates TOC (table of contents) of headlines from parsed markdown file.
- DocBlockr: Designed to make writing documentation faster and easier.
We need to note by default atom.io has support for markdown syntax, autocompletion and spellchecker too.