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Shaun

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For an IDE, I would suggest WebStorm as it's the most complete and feature-rich IDE I know of for web development specifically (I use WebStorm as my go-to). For text-editors that are more light-weight and versatile (easier to configure and with tons of extensions) I recommend either VSCode or Atom. People - including myself - will say VSCode runs faster than Atom (less start-up time and doesn't hog the CPU) but others will find Atom to be faster than VSCode. Both Atom and VSCode are very similar when it comes to usability and UI.

TLDR: For an IDE go with WebStorm. For general purpose, go with the text editors VSCode or Atom.
 

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so many people don't know what an IDE means..
 

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Atom or Visual studio code are nice. Just use a dark theme and some useful plugins and you’re set.
 

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I would suggest Visual Studio Code or Webstorm. Lots of possibilities and many features.[DOUBLEPOST=1545641579][/DOUBLEPOST]
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