Published on November 12, 2016 by ProgrammingKnowledge

Atom is opensource source code and text editor. Atom can be installed on Windows, Linux and OS X. Atom supports plugins written in Node.js and has embedded Git source control. Atom is developed by GitHub. Atom is build using web technologies and used as a desktop application.

In this post we will see how to install Atom editor on your Ubuntu Linux system.

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$ sudo add-apt-repository ppa:webupd8team/atom
$ sudo apt-get update
$ sudo apt-get install atom

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wickedcat
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wickedcat
20 days 14 hours ago

apparently it's better than subl 🙂

Kubik Rubik
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Kubik Rubik
22 days 39 minutes ago

Which benefits it has consider to Sublime?

wickedcat
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wickedcat
20 days 2 hours ago

But you need a license to fully unlock it… In youtube you can find one for the subl 3 :p but I hate this concept of license… Otherwise, we really need an editor like Notepad++ (without wine). I don't think the original one can be easily ported to Linux as I think it is based on MFC classes… Developing one from scratch using Qt will require a lot of time and thinking :

Kubik Rubik
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Kubik Rubik
20 days 3 hours ago

You could use Sublime also as free =)

wickedcat
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wickedcat
20 days 14 hours ago

it's free

NechroMaster ッ
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NechroMaster ッ
22 days 20 hours ago

Aweosome video! Thanks for help 🙂

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