Learn the basics of the Atom interface and the different panes available in the application.
- [Instructor] Let's do an overview…of the main component of the Atom interface.…So first off, I'm going to go ahead…and launch Atom, so I quit it if you're coming…from the previous video, just to show…you that when you open it up now…because of some of the changes that we made before,…this opens up with a single untitled document.…Now, Atom is divided into visual sections…called panes, P-A-N-E-Ss.…There are four different basic panes…in the window that we just launched.…First is the tab bar, which is at the very top…of the document.…
Now every document gets placed…in a tab at the top of the screen,…and if we had more than one document,…we'd see more.…As a matter of fact, we saw some more…in the previous video that we worked on.…Now the second thing is the gutter,…which has line numbers in it.…Right now, we don't have any text,…so there's just a number one there.…Third is the status bar at the bottom…of the screen, where you can see some…information about the document.…Finally, the text editor, where you…do most of your work.…
- 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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