What's your favorite package?


#1

Anything really stand out to anyone as a must-have, or as something really clever that has a lot of potential? Personally I can’t live without https://atom.io/packages/block-travel .


#2

Yep great package mate except the alt-shift-up or alt-shift-down doesn’t seem to work anymore since I upgraded to 0.70.0!


#3

Is it an issue with your keybindings? When it stopped working for me it seemed to be because another package was using the same binding with higher specificity.


#4

@ConnorHolyday solved! thanks :smiley:
Emmet was the culprit :wink:


#5

no problem @aesarius! If you open the keybinding resolver with cmd-. you can see what keys are running what commands as you enter them. It looks like this:


#6

@thedaniel Thanks mate!
I didn’t know about the keybinding resolver… awesome feature :smiley:
Will come in handy for sure with all those packages being pushed right now!


#7

Personally, my favorite is CSS Color Highlighting. Simple package, but very, very useful for me.


#8

@leedohm you should definitely have a look to this one then: https://github.com/abe33/atom-color-highlight

I find it far more complete and the source code is really close to what the Atom team did with official packages.


#9

Really a big fan of Toggle Quotes. Helps because for Rails development, there is a huge difference between the two and sometimes I need to switch between them when adding something.


#10

As a front-end dev, my favorite is Emmet


#11

For me it’s between editor-settings and Emmet.


#12

To run build, test, daemon, server I use terminal-status. It can open multiple terminal and show different color on status icon depend on the state of running process.