Another key function in any editor is how easy it is to find text. Explore the Find and Replace functionality inside Atom.
- [Instructor] So, let's take a look…at how we find and replace things in Atom,…all these options are under the Find menu.…We've already seen a few of them,…for example, Find Buffer, will actually show you the list…of the current files that you have opened in tabs.…So, these are all your currently opened tabs,…you can search through the actual files in there…and you can also see Find File,…which will look at your whole project,…and list all of the documents in the current project.…
There's also this this Find Modified File,…which is pretty cool, it detects if you've modified…any file since you've opened them and just shows you those.…But we're not really talking about any of those,…what we're looking for is just sort of…the regular Find command, which Atom calls Find in Buffer.…This is the Find in current Buffer,…which, again, means the current file in Atom.…You can type in anything in here,…so let's type the word 'nav'…and you can see that it finds lots of nav's…everywhere in my current document.…
It's actually telling you right here…
- Downloading and installing Atom
- Managing tabs and panes
- Managing and folding content
- Changing text
- Working with selections
- Customizing Atom packages
- Customizing themes
- Paid coding with Atom Teletype
- Working with the Atom IDE
- Installing useful packages
- Integrating Atom with Git and GitHub
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Using the Atom Interface
2. Using Editing Features
3. Customizing Atom
4. Working with Packages
5. Using Git and GitHub with Atom
Working with GitHub6m 49s
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