|24 Recommended Products||License||Platforms||Collaborative editing|
|#1 Vim· · ·||GPL compatible||Windows; macOS; *nix; iOS; Android||plug-in|
|#2 Atom· · ·||MIT||–||plug-in|
|#3 Emacs· · ·||GPL||Windows; macOS; *nix||Yes|
|#4 Visual Studio Code· · ·||MIT||Windows; macOS; Linux||–|
|#5 Spacemacs· · ·||GPLv3||Windows, MacOS, Linux||plug-in|
|#6 Eclipse Che· · ·||–||–||–|
Vim is a powerful, portable, keyboard based text editor. Being text-based, vim is lightning fast, with an incredible set of features developed over its multi decade existence.
Advanced starter kit for Emacs
Eclipse Che allows anyone to contribute to a project without installing software. Che defines a new type of workspace that is composed of projects and runtimes, making its state...
Free and open source text editor which works as an alternative to Notepad. Extremely powerful and extensive it is for Windows only and runs under the GPL License.
A "next generation" Vim effort. Major overhaul to support more powerful plugins and better integration with tools such as IDEs.
Brackets is an open source text editor from Adobe, targeted mainly at web developers.
Yi is a text editor written in Haskell and extensible in Haskell. The goal of Yi is to provide a flexible, powerful and correct editor core scriptable in Haskell.
Lightweight editor with powerful plugins like external tools and snippet completion.
Howl is a general-purpose text editor written and extendable in Moonscript or Lua.
All the best of vim, but with greater performance and flexibility in font, color, and display.
A featureful text editor for Windows, Mac and Linux.
Russian editor written in C. Very lightweight, portable and configurable. Many plugins to extend functionality, frequent updates.
Slap is a sublime-like text editor which works inside the terminal.