Github’s Atom Editor tried out

atom-io-config-file

I’ve tried out Github’s Atom Editor shortly and I must say, they’ve come up with a pretty cool thing.

If you want to try it out, drop a comment, got 3 invites. At the moment only for Mac OS.

Here a couple of screenshots, thanks to Mikkel for providing hardware so I could try it out 😉

atom-io-welcome

The welcome screen shows some general info and a small disclaimer.

atom-io-markdown-preview

MarkDown Preview ships with atom!

atom-io-config-file

The configuration is saved in a file so you easily can synchronize it to other machines

atom-io-keybindings

The keybindings can be altered quite extensively

atom-io-packages-manager-vim-mode

There’s a vim mode plugin already

atom-io-settings

The settings tab looks a little rough, but it’s functional

atom-io-themes

Themes can be written in LESS, which is awesome.

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