It’s always interesting to find out how people set up their coding environment. To be honest I don’t think I’ll ever get the perfect setup but what I currently have does a pretty good job.
Tweaking your Sublime Text settings is relatively easy but can be a little daunting if you are fan of a GUI. Within Sublime all settings are handle by a simple JSON file. They can be found either from under the Sublime Text menu (Sublime Text 2 -> Preferences -> Settings – User) or by the shortcut (Command + .).
What makes Sublime Text so awesome is the speed at which it can perform tasks and the ability to easily customise its behaviour. At first, tweaking the behaviour seems a little strange due to the lack of GUI, but once you get your head around editing JSON files, you’ll soon realise the power and how flexible it really is. This short post gives you the low down on how to start editing your Sublime Text settings.
Creating snippets in Sublime Text 2 is super easy, quick and highly recommended. If you want to increase your coding speed, setting up snippets can be extremely helpful. Not only will they save you from RSI in the future, they will give you more time to hang out with you pals at the cafe.