In this article, we will be looking at how to install atom text editor on Linux. Atom Text Editor is one of the most widely used hackable text editor and its built on atom-shell. It comes with a modern, approachable, but yet hackable to the core tool that you can customize to your needs. Comparing it to other desktop applications, it comes with its own icon in the dock, native menus and dialogs, and full access to the file system. Furthermore, it is used also as an IDE (Integrated Development Environment).
Atom Key Features
Cross-platform editing : Works across operating systems. You can use it on OS X, Windows, or Linux.
Built-in package manager : Search for and install new packages or start creating your own, all from within Atom.
Smart autocompletion : Helps you write code faster with a smart, flexible autocomplete.
File system browser : Easily browse and open a single file, a whole project, or multiple projects in one window.
Multiple panes : Split the interface into multiple panes to compare and edit code across files.
Find and replace : Find, preview, and replace text as you type in a file or across all your projects.
Packages : You can choose from thousands of open source packages that add new features and functionality or build a package from scratch as well as publish it for everyone else to use.
Themes : Comes pre-installed with four UI and eight syntax themes in both dark and light colors.
Click atom releases for a complete up-to-date list of changes and release.
How to install Atom on Linux using .deb Package
To install Atom using the .deb package, launch your terminal and run the following commands
We hope that you have followed our install guide step-by-step to successfully install Atom Text Editor on Linux OS. Don’t forget to drop us comment on any question about this guide or for any correction.
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