Sublime Text & Codepen

Found this to edit codepens in Sublime Text 3!:


Interesting! You’re one step closer to developing locally. Have you considered trying to use a task-runner like grunt/gulp?

I’ve used both before in another online course I took: Grunt to create responsive images and gulp to do my minifying.

I was excited to find GhostText because I’m more used to Sublime Text than editing in codepen.

This is pretty damn neat. I develop locally, but it would have been nice to use this for the D3 challenges, which went up on CodePen for convenience’s sake.

There’s also Atomic Chrome for the Atom users out there.

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