Insight: Best IDEs for Linux in 2019
This is the list of some of the useful and best IDEs for Linux based programmers or editors.
Collection Of Best IDEs For Linux
Features of Atom:
- Cross-platform editing
- Built-in package manager
- File system browser
- Multiple panes
- Smart auto-completion
How to install Brackets on Ubuntu.
Install brackets in Ubuntu using snap:
sudo snap install brackets
For other Linux distributions:
3) Light Table
Despite of being not so common name in IDEs segment, Light Table is feature rich open source IDE. Light Table has a powerful plugin system with over 100+ plugins.
Bluefish is a cross platform IDE which is available on Linux, FreeBSD, MacOS-X, Windows, OpenBSD and Solaris.
Some of the features:
- Lightweight – Bluefish tries to be lean and clean, as far as possible given it is a GUI editor.
- Fast – Bluefish starts really quick (even on a netbook) and loads hundreds of files within seconds.
- Multiple document interface, easily opens 500+ documents (tested >10000 documents simultaneously)
- Project support, enables you to work efficiently on multiple projects, and automatically restores settings for each project.
- Multi-threaded support for remote files using gvfs, supporting FTP, SFTP, HTTP, HTTPS, WebDAV, CIFS and more
- Very powerful search and replace, with support for Perl Compatible regular expressions, sub-pattern replacing, and search and replace in files on disk.
- Open files recursively based on filename patterns and/or content patterns
- Snippets sidebar – specify custom dialogs, search and replace patterns or insert patterns and bind them to a shortkut key combination of your liking to speed up your development process
- Integrate external programs such as make, lint, weblint, xmllint, tidy, javac, or your own program or script to handle advanced text processing or error detection
- Integrate external filters of your liking, pipe your document (or just the current selected text) through sort, sed, awk or any custom script
- Unlimited undo/redo functionality
Install Bluefish on Ubuntu using PPA
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:klaus-vormweg/bluefish sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install bluefish
Sublime is a popular cross-platform text editor these days. It might sound strange that how text editor can do the work of IDE but due to the availability of amazing extensions ( plugins), it can do amazing jobs like modern IDE.
Install Sublime Text Editor In Ubuntu 18.04 LTS
Run the following command to install GPG key:
wget -qO - https://download.sublimetext.com/sublimehq-pub.gpg | sudo apt-key add -
and run this command to make sure that it works with https source.
sudo apt-get install apt-transport-https
To install Stable version run the following command
echo "deb https://download.sublimetext.com/ apt/stable/" | sudo tee /etc/apt/sources.list.d/sublime-text.list
- To install Dev version:
echo "deb https://download.sublimetext.com/ apt/dev/" | sudo tee /etc/apt/sources.list.d/sublime-text.list
Now, install Sublime text editor:
sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install sublime-text
Some of the features of CodeLite are:
- Generic support for compilers. It has built-in support for GCC/clang/VC++
- Breakpoint management – disable, enable, conditional, temporary
- CodeLite has its own RAD (Rapid Application Development) tool for building wxWidgets-based applications – wxCrafter
- You can now build and debug applications with CodeLite using XDebug
- Display errors as code annotations or as tooltip in the editor window
- Generic support for compilers with built-in support for GCC/clang/VC++
Some of the other useful IDEs are: