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Sublime Text Mastery

If you intend to dedicate a career to web development, shouldn't you, in the process, harness every ounce of your code editor? In this series, I'll show you everything I know about Sublime Text.

11 episodes
56:39 mins
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  • Episode 1 Run Time 10:20

    While the default install of Sublime isn't unattractive, I think we can do way better.

  • Episode 2 Run Time 3:06

    There are two key keyboard shortcuts that you absolutely must memorize.

  • Episode 3 Run Time 5:26

    Yes, you can manually right-click in the sidebar to create new files in Sublime Text, but there's a faster way. Let me show you my method.

  • Episode 4 Run Time 6:22

    Out of the box, Sublime Text offers a handful of "split modes." However, if you want more control, then the Origami package is right up your alley.

  • Episode 5 Run Time 7:14

    Vi keybindings aren't for everyone, but how will you know unless you give them a few weeks?

  • Episode 6 Run Time 2:22

    Though a bit more common these days, originally, Sublime Text's use of multiple cursors was incredibly innovative and groundbreaking. You'll use this feature every single day.

  • Episode 7 Run Time 12:29

    If you're predominantly writing PHP in Sublime Text, there are a number of tricks you can use to rapidly improve your workflow.

  • Episode 8 Run Time 5:08

    Now that we've improved our PHP workflow, let's switch over and do the same for PHPUnit! Think we can figure out how to run our test suite - or even a single test class - directly from Sublime Text?

  • Episode 9 Run Time 1:10

    Though not a requirement, you might find that it's easier to trigger your various Artisan commands directly from Sublime Text. Let me show you how to do that.

  • Episode 10 Run Time 3:02

    Many developers these days have adopted the PSR-2 coding standard. Let's figure out how to make Sublime Text automatically format our code to fit this standard.

  • Episode 11 Run Time 2:28

    Let's pull in the SublimeLinter package, so that we can instantly be notified of any PHP errors we might make while coding.

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