Updating website on dreamweaver
There is GEdit (default editor for Gnome) and Kate (default one for KDE).
Perhaps FB have fixed this by now, but i doubt it (considering the millions of lines of code and sheer package size). As I understand, is a package for Atom developed by FB team, independently on Atom itself, so there's no reason to anyhow review Nuclide when we talk about Atom.However, you are right about resource-hunger of Atom and web-browser-based applications in general.Thank you for your notice, I will try to rewrite my recommendation.Sublime is not free and sometimes when using it displays a notification to buy it. (Sublime website says "There is currently no enforced time limit for the evaluation" ) You can use a editor called Atom which is developed by Git Hub.It is open source and has git support embedded (and has lots of other features).
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More information and how to install it can be found here: https://github.com/atom/atom Thank you for your interest in this question.