Symbols and bookmarks are a unique way of navigating through Atom that gets you where you want to go, faster.
- [Instructor] Let's take a look at a few ways of navigating…within a document.…Now I showed you in a previous video that you can click…right here in this section and then this allows you…to jump to a specific line number, so I find that pretty…useful when I have an error in my browser's debugger…and it's giving me a line number so I can quickly type in…the line number right here and it's going to take me…directly there.…So that is pretty cool.…You can actually pull this up really quickly by using…Control G on a Mac or a PC, you can also navigate by using…something called symbols Atom is going to analyze…your document and let you jump to the important sections…by using Command R.…
So if I do that and it's Control R on a PC you can see…sort of an outline of the document, it's going through every…major tag in this html document and I can very quickly…I want to find a section it's going to give me all…of the sections on the page and I can just go to any one…of the ones that I want right there.…Now it's context sensitive so if we open up a different type…
- 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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