10 Code Editors for Windows and Mac: Free, Diverse, Handy

If you’re a skillful programmer, most probably you’re eager to achieve better results. And the thing is not only in knowledge you adopt, but also in instruments you use in your activity. Talking about the basic principle of coding, I’d like to mention about the certain utilities, which are very needful for work with a creation and editing of the code. Some of these programs are very simple and give just option for coding, debugging and testing in couple languages, the other offers a wide functionality and support of many programming languages. It’s obvious that the narrower sphere the utility covers, the more specific it is.

That’s why I gathered 10 code editors for Windows and Mac. They are different, so everybody would find exactly what’s needed. All the utilities are completely free for using.

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Notepad++

(Windows)

Code Editors for Windows and Mac

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Aptana

(Windows | Mac OS)

Code Editors for Windows and Mac

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TextWrangler

(Mac OS)

Code Editors for Windows and Mac

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Komodo Edit

(Windows | Mac OS | Linux)

Code Editors for Windows and Mac

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jEdit

(Windows | Mac OS)

Code Editors for Windows and Mac

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Crimson Editor

(Windows)

Code Editors for Windows and Mac

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RJ Text Editor

(Windows)

Code Editors for Windows and Mac

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Editra

(Windows)

Code Editors for Windows and Mac

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HTML Kit

(Windows)

Code Editors for Windows and Mac

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Brackets

(Mac OS)

Code Editors for Windows and Mac

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What is your favorite code editor? Please share your experience in the comments below. I believe the members of programmer community reading our blog would be thankful.

About the author:

Art Rivera: Deeply interested in everything connected with Internet, I sincerely suppose the web is the only future reality for the humanity through its inevitable involving into every part of human life. I’m not a great fan of cyberpunk concept, but the world is keeping that certain direction of total connectedness. And of course there should be someone, who can write the history, who would describe and analyze and enter in the record all notable changes and tendencies on the web. Hello, it’s me.

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