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    Default What editor do I use to develop in Sencha Touch on PC?

    Can someone tell me what editor I use to develop Sencha Touch in?

    I'm looking at the getting started guide and the guy in the video uses a Mac - I have a PC
    He uses TextMate (or something) which shows all the files in the project

    What can I use for the PC?
    I need something that shows me all the project files

    Thanks


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    YOu can use anything you are comfortable with.. Notepad++, Eclispe, heck even regular Notepad would work.
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    Default JetBrains

    JetBrains has two very good options. IntelliJ IDEA (http://www.jetbrains.com/idea/buy/index.jsp) or WebStorm. IDEA is their full blown editor while WebStorm is a cheaper, scaled down version. Right now IDEA is on sale for $139 and WebStorm is $49. ( http://www.jetbrains.com/webstorm/buy/ )

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    I would highly recommend Komodo on PC (free from www.activestate.com) and Sublime Text 2 on Mac.

    Komodo on PC has great JavaScript syntax checking and linting. On Mac, Komodo is good but not as good as PC (a bit too crashy). Sublime Text 2 on Mac is awesome.

    HTH

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    I use Aptana, it has good JavaScript, HTML and CSS editors. Also installed spket plugin so i have some code completition. Plus i like eclipse SVN client...

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    thanks guys
    i just had a notion that it was necessary to be able to see all the files in the project structure

    i use notepadd++ all the time - does anyone know of a good code completer plugin?
    i saw an awesome one recently - just can't remember the name

    trying komodo, eclipse and aptanana - thanks for the suggestions

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