Maintaining Your Working Environment

It’s quite hard for a first post to choose a topic. I was used to blog a lot 6 years ago. My topics of choice were mainly webdesign, xhtml, css, my student life and so on. I stopped for many reasons (personal life, moving a year to finland, building my company) but since I like sharing things and collecting thoughs about by day and night work. I am here to share.

So back to this post about working environment

We all have our weapons of choice to code and design. I was a textmate addict and switched to SublimeText a few months ago. I am always impress by developers masterising their tools especialy when tools’s learning curves are long. So speaking of SublimeText, which I really enjoy working with, I have the goal to backup and share my configuration on github.

Packages for a frontend web developer

Working on several projects with different frameworks, languages and constraints is somehow challenging. So SublimeText through Package Control allow you to find and install quite easily any color scheme or plugin.

My preferences file

Preferences json (pref_sublime.js) download
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{
    "auto_complete": false,
    "close_windows_when_empty": false,
    "color_scheme": "Packages/Color Scheme - Default/zuff.tmTheme",
    "draw_white_space": "all",
    "find_selected_text": true,
    "fold_buttons": false,
    "folder_exclude_patterns":
    [
        ".svn",
        ".git"
    ],
    "font_options":
    [
        "subpixel_antialias"
    ],
    "font_size": 12.0,
    "highlight_line": true,
    "ignored_packages":
    [
        "Vintage"
    ],
    "theme": "Soda Dark.sublime-theme",
    "translate_tabs_to_spaces": true,
    "trim_trailing_white_space_on_save": true
}

Find and fork it on Gist

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