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So, I’m curious, what do you guys all use?

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pezflash
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Sublime Text

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ZtarrZound
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Visual Studio 2010.

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KrownThemes
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Sublime Text. Above a lot of cool plugins and themes which enhance it, the best feature is: SFTP .

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flashedge
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WebStorm

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RimmonTrieu
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Vim, steep learning curve but once you’re in, it’s the king of all editor.

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DOTonPAPER
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NetBeans

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kvendrik
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It’s obviously just what you prefer but I would go with either Coda 2 (looks awesome) or Sublime Text 2.

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CodingJack
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Dreamweaver works well for me. Automatic tag closing for HTML (after typing ”</”) and then syntax error hinting for JS.

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tsafi
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Sublime Text- but MSFX you need to learn how to code first ,i think its beyond your scope :P

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