Nasrul Hazim Bin Mohamad

7 Essential Sublime Text Plugins

Dec
08

Asssalamualaikum,

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I’ve been using Sublime Text, quiet sometimes for web applications development. Below are the list of packages installed on my Sublime Text:

  1. SideBarEnhancements – Add more context menu on right click to file or folders
  2. phpfmt – Use for Auto Format to PSR-2
  3. Material Theme – Better UI
  4. Emmet – HTML Helpers
  5. Git – Git Commands
  6. GitGutter – Display changes icon beside line numbers
  7. Markdown Extended

And following are my Sublime Text settings:

{
	"bold_folder_labels": true,
	"color_scheme": "Packages/Material Theme/schemes/Material-Theme.tmTheme",
	"font_size": 23,
	"format_on_save": true,
	"highlight_line": true,
	"ignored_packages":
	[
		"Vintage"
	],
	"line_padding_bottom": 10,
	"line_padding_top": 10,
	"php_bin": "/replace/with/path/to/your/php/bin",
	"show_panel_on_build": true,
	"theme": "Material-Theme.sublime-theme",
	"use_simple_full_screen": true
}

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