This article presents an overview of the six best GUI code editors for Linux that are feature-rich and suitable for every programmer's needs.
After two and a half years of development, Vim 9.0 is now available, firmly focused on the new Vim9 scripting language capabilities.
Microsoft-owned GitHub will decommission the popular Atom open-source code editor on December 15, 2022.
The legendary open source text editor GNU nano has released version 5.9. Take a look at what features this new release brings.
The Micro Text Editor is a command-line text editor designed to replace Nano as the text editor for the masses. Here's how to use it!
Sublime Text 4 brings refreshed UI and some new major features. Linux ARM64 builds are also available for devices like the Raspberry Pi.
Vi and Vim are both text editors available in Linux. This tutorial explains the differences between them in detail.
GNU Emacs 27.1 is the latest feature release for this very extensible text editor. It introduces native JSON parsing and tab bar support.