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Unleash Sublime Text Hidden Power - Screencasts, Tips

Unleash Sublime Text Hidden Power - Screencasts, Tips

Postby EJ12N on Fri May 15, 2009 6:50 pm

Ok this is going to be the (un)"official" Sublime Text (Marketing?) series of tips and screencast that will show users around the world why they need sublime text editor :)
For now I am kind of busy but I have a lot of stuff coming to show what sublime text is capable of once you get intimate with it ;)

Here's a sneak peak for (new) users of what sublime is capable of! ;)

(WATCH IN FULLSCREEN)

Basic HTML tags completion and Snippets
http://ej12n.com/screencasts/texteditor.html
And this is just the tip of the iceberg :D
Enjoy!

P.S.: I would like to thanks sublimator, stevecooperorg and of course the creator of the beloved editor jps (Jon).
I have learned a lot from their plugins, and posts in forums, so credit where is due!
Last edited by EJ12N on Tue May 19, 2009 9:39 pm, edited 3 times in total.
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Re: Unleash Sublime Text Hidden Power - Screencasts, Tips

Postby SteveCooperOrg on Fri May 15, 2009 8:48 pm

That is a very, very nice bit of work. Well done.
Maybe what you're looking for is at the http://www.sublimetextwiki.com
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Re: Unleash Sublime Text Hidden Power - Screencasts, Tips

Postby EJ12N on Tue May 19, 2009 5:23 pm

sublimator wrote:Live Preview

Below is a link to a little screencast showcasing (almost) Live Markdown

http://blogdata.akalias.net/live_preview/live_preview.htm


Really nice work! that means we can (maybe?) do live php error checking for example :D
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Re: Unleash Sublime Text Hidden Power - Screencasts, Tips

Postby EJ12N on Wed May 20, 2009 2:54 pm

sublimator wrote:E12JN,

What you mean by `live error checking` of PHP? Something like pushing the buffer through to a PHP interpreter `as you type`?

Or do you mean use the onModified event handler to do some other `as you type` checking.

I'm not really clued up about PHP but I'm sure something could be done.


Yes pass the buffer through an interpreter, the interpreter then tells u where the error is and what line, possible print the interpreter results in the output panel :)
Or do the same when file is saved ( onModified )
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Re: Unleash Sublime Text Hidden Power - Screencasts, Tips

Postby EJ12N on Wed May 20, 2009 3:02 pm

NEW SCREENCAST!

In here I show sublime text effortless multiple selections productivity potential =)
And of course a little bit of the power of Regular Expressions (regex) that we of course have in sublime text.
Like the use of quantifiers "\s{3}" that you can't do on others editors *cough* notepad++ *cough*
and as far as I know python regex supports everything PCRE supports, with some exceptions BUT that's should suffice for 99.9% of a programmer needs!
Python's built-in "re" module provides excellent support for regular expressions, with a modern and complete regex flavor. The only significant features missing from Python's regex syntax are atomic grouping, possessive quantifiers and Unicode properties.
-http://www.regular-expressions.info/python.html


You will also see that you are able to change the looks of the editor to fit your style =)
You don't have to like 3D tabs if you don't want to!

Also credits to gpfsmurf for his excellent plugins he released at viewtopic.php?f=5&t=342
in this video we show the use of PasteColumn

enough talk let's get some action!

P.S.: In the next screencasts we will see a comparison of textmate screencasts vs sublime screencasts, in other words (almost?) anything you see in textmate screencasts on their site, I will show you is possible in sublime text! stay tuned!

(WATCH IN FULLSCREEN)

Multiple Selections and Regex Use
http://ej12n.com/screencasts/multiselect.html

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Re: Unleash Sublime Text Hidden Power - Screencasts, Tips

Postby tgkeul on Thu May 21, 2009 4:16 pm

Impressive screencast - but much too big for my screen. Even using fullscreen I had to scroll or reduce the size of the screencast. With first I missed the input pane. With latter I couldn't read the text anymore.

Please think about reducing the size to fit in a browser tab of a 17" monitor (1280 x 1024) or of a netbook . I'm sure this will increase the value of your screencasts for marketing.
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Re: Unleash Sublime Text Hidden Power - Screencasts, Tips

Postby EJ12N on Thu May 21, 2009 4:43 pm

tgkeul wrote:Impressive screencast - but much too big for my screen. Even using fullscreen I had to scroll or reduce the size of the screencast. With first I missed the input pane. With latter I couldn't read the text anymore.

Please think about reducing the size to fit in a browser tab of a 17" monitor (1280 x 1024) or of a netbook . I'm sure this will increase the value of your screencasts for marketing.


Absolutely, I agree with you. Eventually I am thinking of doing a website dedicated to sublime text OR maybe put it under sublimewiki? or if Jon comes back open up a new page for screencasts.
I will also publish iPhone friendly videos so u can watch the screencast on your phone. Addiotionally I might put some 3gp vid too for other mobile phones :)
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Re: Unleash Sublime Text Hidden Power - Screencasts, Tips

Postby jps on Thu May 28, 2009 1:01 pm

Great stuff, I like it!
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Re: Unleash Sublime Text Hidden Power - Screencasts, Tips

Postby EJ12N on Sun May 31, 2009 4:05 pm

sublimator wrote:Here's a screen cast showing the BundleDevelopment extractSnippet command.

It's about 10 minutes and unedited and I fuck up a lot but it shows some cool capabilities of Sublimes extensibility.

http://blogdata.akalias.net/sublime-fun/sublime-fun.htm

Enjoy! If you get the package and it helps you make some cool snippets please post them for us all to share.

Here's another one showing the remote edit plugin/package. I use this all the time for my web workings.

http://blogdata.akalias.net/remote-edit/remote-edit.htm


Very nice screencast :)

Me personally for remote edit I use winSCP. Good job on the remote edit plugin nonetheless!
The first one is nice too, it saves lots of time :D I also saw some completion of some sort? was that CTAGS?
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Re: Unleash Sublime Text Hidden Power - Screencasts, Tips

Postby lbolognini on Wed Jun 03, 2009 10:17 am

EJ12N wrote:Ok this is going to be the (un)"official" Sublime Text (Marketing?) series of tips and screencast that will show users around the world why they need sublime text editor :)
For now I am kind of busy but I have a lot of stuff coming to show what sublime text is capable of once you get intimate with it ;)

Here's a sneak peak for (new) users of what sublime is capable of! ;)

(WATCH IN FULLSCREEN)

Basic HTML tags completion and Snippets
http://ej12n.com/screencasts/texteditor.html
And this is just the tip of the iceberg :D
Enjoy!

P.S.: I would like to thanks sublimator, stevecooperorg and of course the creator of the beloved editor jps (Jon).
I have learned a lot from their plugins, and posts in forums, so credit where is due!


I don't understand, where did you get all these shortcuts? Where are they documented? I had a look at the keymap for html and cant find a definition for div#foo etc... did you define these yourself?

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