Last week we had Show off your Todo List. This week lets inspire each other by showing off our Text Editor and IDE.
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Theme preference 1: An old hope classic
List of other themes and extensions I use.
Check out the font and other user settings
Other tips (if any):
- Check out this post.
So let's get started guys.
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Top comments (28)
I use Vim for VSCode with a Gruvbox themed Code at work with Angular / TypeScript specific plugins.
At home, I use a Gruvbox themed NeoVim with little plugins other than NeoVim Language Server Client. I can easily get completions for any language, go to and preview definitions - all in a "vim" kinda way.
I'm one of those guys. Using Aquamacs.
It's deeper-blue theme shipped with GNU Emacs.
On different machines I have different sets of packages installed, but my must-haves are
evilfor vim keybindings,
magit, best GIT GUI ever, and
agto use with
the_silver_searcher, the best program for searching text in source code.
My config file: github.com/tail-call/.emacs.d/blob...
I use space-prefixed keybindings like in Spacemacs, and they're really fun to use and easy to remember, so if you're emacs+evil user, consider setting up some, too.
That’s NeoVim on the left and git on the right in tmux. I use Apple’s Terminal.app, and an updated version of Vim’s default colorscheme, combined with a terminal theme to set colors throughout the whole terminal. I wrote an article about my 16-color setup a while back, if you’d like to learn more.
I use IntelliJ IDE with the following setup:
Quick Edit : NeoVim
Kind Of IDE : VS Code
I recently had a mood for it, so I "solarized" my desktop and all the programs:
I'm using Hack as a font and Vim emulation for navigating the code. The rest is pretty standard.
Used Hack before, great font.
What made you switch then?
A post from Addy Osmani. When he shared a screenshot of his texteditor and I fell in love with Operator Mono.
I'm using VS Code on a vertical monitor so I can write way too much in a single file. Material Theme with default settings. Bracket Pair Colorizer, Better Comments, and indent-rainbow to make things even easier to read.
Damn, I love vertical setups 😍
works, if you are not a tab beast xdd
The theme is called
ayu. It is awesome!
It is configured the way I like it, here's the full list of settings that I am using.
And I prefer to have a minimal set of plugins.
You can find everything inside my
sobolevn / dotfiles
dotfiles for the developer happiness: zsh, brew, vscode, python, node, elixir
What's in there?
brewdependencies including: applications, fonts, etc. See
We are using
dotbotto handle any installations. Steps:
I am using both hyper and
Terminal Appas terminal emulators I am using
oh-my-zshas a main shell I also have a lot of tools to make my working experience better Here are some good articles I wrote about my environment:
I mainly work with three stacks:
So, they are configured nice and smoothly. You will have configured version managers, best practices, and useful tools. And some productivity hacks!
I also have
Here's my IDE settings:-
Theme: Sapphire (Bright)
Spacemacs in evil-mode with enabled transparency. Packages I use are visible on screenshot.
I'm pretty old-school. Using the Tomorrow Night Eighties theme. The only noticable extensions I use are Docker, Bracket pair colorizer and StandardJS. Everything else is default. :)
Tomorrow Night Eighties, I use to love this theme.
I also have some space mappings like spacemacs/spacevim/doom-emacs
ah yeah, I use Alacritty instead of iterm or terminal.app because it's GPU accelerated
I use vim in the Mac terminal app + tmuxinator. Love being able to stay in the terminal for most things. All config available here: github.com/rosscreighton/dotfiles
This is my setup:
I'm using SF Mono or Fira Code font. Extensions list and example configuration available here.
I use Sublime text only with the status bar enabled by default.
UI Theme: Adaptive (one of the default themes)
Color scheme: Night Owl
Plugins (at least the most important)
Keymaps and other configs I keep them here.