Having a personalized coding experience makes coding easier, more fun, and even helps you write better code! And because Sublime Text a very popular code editor, this class is all about customizing Sublime Text! But even if you don’t use Sublime Text (or haven’t tried it) you can get ideas of how to customize the code editor you do use.
We’ll cover things like changing colors, installing themes, installing plugins, getting colours to show up, changing settings, using snippets, getting code to autocomplete, changing layouts, and more (of course).
By the end of the class you’ll have what you need to build your perfect code editor – which will make you happier, quicker, and more ninja-like!
This video shows you how to use Sublimes Code Completion
This video shows you how to change your font in Sublime
This video shows you how to change your color scheme in Sublime
This video shows you how to change your theme in Sublime
This video shows you how to find selected text in Sublime
This video shows you some short cuts for making Sublime layout suit your needs.
This video shows you how to make and use Snippets
This video shows you how to install and use Emmet
This video shows you how to install and use a color highlighter
This video shows you how to install and use the Auto Filename Plugin
Rich's title is Product Designer but he's more of a jack-of-all-trades / generalist / unicorn. He designs, animates and codes. He's studied multimedia design and graphic design, and is a self-taught programmer. He's freelanced, worked for agencies and startups, and now runs Studio Armstrong, an Amsterdam-based creation company, with his wife. He also doodles all the time, has super ginger-powers and can touch his nose with his tongue!
He spends most of his working day researching and experimenting, much like his hero, Lucius Fox, does. Rich likes to think he's a minimalist, but he's fooling himself – he's as messy and unorganised as the any other creative genius.
Rich has been teaching online classes since 2015 – and he likes it a lot :) He's since created the weirdly named Tap Tap Kaboom brand that showcases his experiments, designs and classes.