A hackable text editor for the 21st Century.
  12 reviews

Atom is a free and open source text editor that is modern, approachable, and hackable to the core.
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atayl16 1 year ago

I love this software. The shortcuts, like selecting the same spot or work on multiple lines, and the packages available, make is a prime choice for any developer. The fact that it is open source is AMAZING!

Chima 1 year ago

This is the best text editor I've tried so far. I somehow prefer it to VSCode (VSCodium, actually). However, it would be nice if the startup time were to be cut down. Other than that, Atom truly is wonderful.

Adaptiveprism 3 years ago

If you change the theme and font (Liberation Mono and Inconsolata are good choices) and enable soft word wrap then the editor becomes extremely functional and elegant. I prefer it to Sublime and Komodo.

TS01 3 years ago

Loved it for its interface, functionality and features But it would be more pleasure if it would be a complete IDE with all the existing features. It has issues with python GUI library Tkinter but ither than that it is an eye candy for sure,fully Recommended

matafleur 3 years ago

great and powerful text editor

Ardeshir81 4 years ago

its awesome

0xJohan 4 years ago

the best customizable editor :p

mintsmint 4 years ago

Would be nice if this was updated every once in a while.

martini 4 years ago

Modern and very functional text editor

mhayta 4 years ago


bardiarastin 5 years ago

best code editor for web developers . love it ;) awesome with material design dark theme !

greentux 5 years ago

It works. But it would be nice if the *.html files would actually execute in the browser.