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So much better than Vim and Vi!
ProActive development community
ProTerminal mode is very convenient for testing code in a split window.
ProOpens a 3Gig Text File in a few seconds
ProAsync plugin execution
ProComes with some good configurations out of the box
ProStill Vim but with upgraded features and some issues fixed
ProTab completion of commands improved over vim
ProBuilt-in terminal emulator
ProBetter integration with external tools
ProPowerful plugin model
ProFixes some of vim's issues
Better then Emacs and Vim altogether
ProPreconfigured emacs distro
ProVIM Keybindings with EMACS ecosystem
A real IDE for Perl (and other interpreted languages).
BBEdit is very stable so it rarely crashes and consequently, I can't remember the last time I lost any work. BBEdit has just about every tool and feature built in, so you don't have to go searching for plug-ins, and/or decide which of various similar-but-defective plug-ins is the one with which you c...
ProGreat JAMStack environment
ProGreat customer support
ProJust about every feature is already built in
ProBuilt-in FTP/SFTP browser
ProCan open very large files
Moderate. I like the plugins though needed on occasion. Generally powerful
ProRegex replace in selection, active tab, or all tabs
ProFree under GPL
ProExtendable via plugins
ProHandles special characters
ProLight and fast
I have been a dedicated Vim user for years, and I am very happy with Kakoune. All of the keys are nearly the same, but they each manage to work even better than Vim's keybindings. I highly recommend trying it if you are a user of a modal editor.
ProSupports multiple cursors
Honestly, in terms of features, the free version isn't too far off from being a simple HTML text editor. However, it has a live preview, which is one thing I have not seen with other code editors. This, along with a built-in FTP client, is all I really need, which is why I recommend it.
rptaddeu (600 karma) recommendsGoogle Docs
Fast and simple.