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    Hm... looks like I'll never get the answer to this one..so let me rephrase. What does ExtJS developer use to maintain ExtJS? I'm sure they must use some IDE right? hell with VIM... sorry but I've a mentality of "mouse is a friend and not a foe"

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    Quote Originally Posted by sg707 View Post
    Hm... looks like I'll never get the answer to this one..so let me rephrase. What does ExtJS developer use to maintain ExtJS? I'm sure they must use some IDE right? hell with VIM... sorry but I've a mentality of "mouse is a friend and not a foe"
    We use a mixture, just like devs here they all have their personal favorites and we are no exception.
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    Hi - Thanks for the posts even if they have been done before.
    I'm trialing Webstorm and so far its great - but man is it a MEMORY HOG - anyone would think it was written by microsoft

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    For development I have to say I'm a recent convert to Sublime. It's an awesome editor with many features including

    context sensitive editing environment,
    projects,
    tree navigation,
    tabs for multiple open files,
    thumbnail navigation view of your file for easy scrolling through large files

    You can also load it on numerous machines on your network (say laptop and main computer) and keep files open on both locations and it automatically updates file changes across all open instances of the file being edited (once saved to disk, of course).

    +100 for Sublime.

    Kev

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tim Toady View Post
    VIM is the superior editor for all things. That is all.
    Amen brother...

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    I like IntelliJ and Coda.
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    I really like Sublime Text 2

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    Whoah. Jack is back? Welcome back!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tim Toady View Post
    Whoah. Jack is back? Welcome back!
    I wouldn't be too quick to say that.
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    Long time no see! Jack!
    Ext Every Day!
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