I really love SublimeText 2, the clean concept, the ways to customize it etc.
And for HTML / CSS / Text it's already my favorite Editor.
But if i want to go in some more serious programming Stuff I miss to much productivity stuff from other IDE's like Eclipse, Netbeans, Aptana... I hate to go back to those bulky, mostly ugly and oversized programs, but they save me a lot of time and frustration in some ways:
- IDE's got a great autocompletion: And they even show your options while
you're typing (200ms delay..). So you don't have to memorize all functions or hit CRTL + SPACE all the time. Thats a really great Feature I still haven't got SublimeText to get any like this. (2nd Screenshot)
- IDE's give you context-relatet help/info from the Documentation or the Comments itself (JavaDoc, PHPDoc, etc.) That makes programming SO much easier since you don't have to switch to your docs/browser all the time.
I think this are my two main-points that I miss so much in Sublime2 right now.
Is there a possibility that SublimeText could get Features like this in Future too?