Sublime text is my text editor of choice for many reasons. It’s super fast and responsive, it’s available for many OS (I use it in both Linux and Windows) and finally it has plugins (packages) for everything! Many colleagues ask me what packages I use, well below you can view the sublime text packages I’m using.
I just wanted to dedicate this post to the generous translators of the Ambrosia theme. The theme made it to version 1.1.5 and although I maintain it (making sure it works with every new WordPress version), some people are providing valuable support by contributing their translations. So far the theme is available in English, French (Nicolas Rouichi), Serbian (Andrijana Nikolic) and Romanian (Alexander Ovsov). So if you want your name to appear at the theme’s official page and repository, you know what you have to do 😉
Once again (and hopefully for the last time) I moved all my code snippets to Codepen. I think it better suits my needs since most of my code examples are front end related and Codepen has a tremendous advantage there, because it allows you to publish full HTML, CSS and JS solutions and see the final output instantly! The social features it provides are also impressive, you can fork a “pen”, play with it, republish it etc, and finally it looks really good (excellent choice of color palette) and it’s very customisable.