Real-time code collaboration has been improving at a fast pace in recent years, impacting how developers work within teams touching the same code base. In this article we’ll dive into some of the best tools available today.
When you use Git as part of your workflow it can be very useful to have easy access to a GUI to help speed up your processes. There are a great many Git GUIs to choose from, but if you use Atom as your code editor you won’t have to go far to find some solid options.
When working on a static site your life can be made much easier if you have a simple way to activate a local preview of your design.
A code editor isthe bread and butter of any web developer’s career. It’s the one facet of a coder’s tool chain that’s cherished, but also chosen with extreme passion and decisiveness. This won’t be an article about which code editor is the most popular, or what makes one better than the next; the purpose of this article will be for those that have chosen Atom as their code editor and show how to make it awesome for everyday work.