Choosing an editor can be an extremely personal decision for developers. In this video, you'll see what features you should be looking for in an editor when developing cross-platform apps and why Tom Duffy recommends Netbeans when no dedicated editor is
- For developers, choosing an editor…is an extremely personal decision.…Of course, there will always be instances…where choices are limited, or there's no choice at all.…Android and iOS development usually fall into this category.…For the most part, if you're an Android developer,…you'll have to use Android studio.…If you're an iOS developer, you'll do your work in Xcode.…Windows developers do their work in Visual Studio,…there just isn't much choice involved.…Titanium and Xamarin development is also…usually done in a dedicated editor.…
Yes, you can write Titanium and Xamarin code…using other tools, but the dedicated IDE's…provided by these frameworks, make it much easier.…Cross platform development though,…can be completely different.…For the most part, you'll be developing web files,…and because these files are text files,…there is a huge selection of tools available, ranging…from basic text editors to full blown design tools.…On the one hand, you have tools like Adobe Dreamweaver,…which can provide a drag and drop…
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- Choosing an editor
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