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anaconda - Anaconda turns your Sublime Text 3 in a full featured Python development IDE including autocompletion, code linting, IDE features, autopep8 formating, McCabe complexity checker Vagrant and Docker support for Sublime Text 3 using Jedi, PyFlakes, pep8, MyPy, PyLint, pep257 and McCabe that will never freeze your Sublime Text 3

  •    Python

Anaconda turns your Sublime Text 3 into a full featured Python IDE. Read the plugin documentation on http://damnwidget.github.io/anaconda.Anaconda works out of the box but there are multitude of options and features that you can tune and adapt to your own style or needs.

ActualVim - Sublime Text 3 input mode using Neovim

  •    Python

Everything you like about using Sublime Text 3, and everything you like about typing in vim. Actual uses an embedded Neovim instance to accurately manipulate each Sublime Text buffer as though you were editing the text directly in vim, while the Sublime Text interface, features, and plugins continue to work (see end of README for caveats).

PlainTasks - An opinionated todo-list plugin for Sublime Text editor (version 2 and 3)

  •    Python

If you have Package Control installed, simply search for PlainTasks to install. Clone source code to Sublime Text packages folder.




spacegray - A Hyperminimal UI Theme for Sublime Text

  •    Javascript

A set of custom UI themes for Sublime Text 2/3. It's all about hype and minimal. Comes in different flavors with accompanying Base16 color schemes. Default flavor based on Base16 Ocean Dark color scheme.

MarkdownEditing - Powerful Markdown package for Sublime Text with better syntax understanding and good color schemes

  •    Python

Markdown plugin for Sublime Text. Provides a decent Markdown color scheme (light and dark) with more robust syntax highlighting and useful Markdown editing features for Sublime Text. 3 flavors are supported: Standard Markdown, GitHub flavored Markdown, MultiMarkdown. Dark and Yellow and ArcDark theme available, plus thirdparty themes. See configuration section to learn how to change the theme.

dracula-theme - :scream: A dark theme for all the things!

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A dark theme for Atom, Alfred, Emacs, Highlight.js, Hyper, iTerm, JetBrains, Pygments, Slack, Sublime Text, TextMate, Terminal.app, Vim, Xcode, Zsh and many more. All instructions can be found at draculatheme.com.


SublimeCodeIntel - 💡 Full-featured code intelligence and smart autocomplete for Sublime Text

  •    Python

This Code Intelligence plugin for Sublime Text provides an interface to CodeIntel. CodeIntel is a code intelligence engine that was ported from Open Komodo Editor to a stand-alone Python package. ActionScript, Django, Docker, EJS, epMojo, HTML, KomodoSnippet, LaravelBlade, Mason, Mustache, MXML, PHP, R, reStructuredText, RHTML, Smarty, TracWiki, TemplateToolkit, Twig, XBL, XML, XSLT, XUL, Python, Python3, Ruby, Perl, Go, ECMAScript, JavaScript, Node.js, CSS, SCSS, Sass, Less, HTML5, Tcl, C/C++, Objective-C.

SublimeLinter - The code linting framework for Sublime Text 3

  •    Python

The code linting framework for Sublime Text 3. No linters included: get them via Package Control. Settings are mostly documented in the default settings. When you open the SublimeLinter settings you'll see them on the left.

material-theme - Material Theme, the most epic theme for Sublime Text 3 by Mattia Astorino

  •    Python

This theme brings the Material Design visual language to your Sublime Text 3. If you have problems, first search for a similiar issue and then report a new one. Please read the Known Issues section before reporting a new one. Any issue that does not use the issue template and any issue related to the known issues section will be automatically closed.

Sublime-Text-Plugins-for-Frontend-Web-Development - 📝 A Collection of Plugins for Frontend Web Development

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Sublime is great and for many still the best text editor available. But out of the box, it lacks some features that modern competitors have already built-in. Plugins help to stay ahead but it's a hassle to keep up with all of them. In order to help you, I compiled a list of plugins I use for my daily frontend web development. These plugins are kind of 'meta' because they are not concerned with writing code.

ayu - 🎨🖌 Modern Sublime Text theme

  •    Javascript

ayu is a simple theme with bright colors and comes in three versions — dark, mirage and light for all day long comfortable work. ayu uses Roboto Mono as main font and it's highly recommended to install it to get monospaced font in filetree. But if you don't have it then the UI theme will downgrade to standard UI font used in Sublime Text.

GitGutter - A Sublime Text 2/3 plugin to see git diff in gutter

  •    Python

The diff popup shows the orignal content from the commit or the differences between it and the working content. The toolbar provides some commands to interact with or modify the changes.

sublime-bookmarks - Sublime Text essential plugins and resources

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This tiny project follows GitHub community trend to aggregate the most essential bookmarks for specific subject in the form of a handy well-structured collection. Here you will find tutorials and learning materials for Sublime Text, general purpose extensions for coding and text editing, and specialized extensions grouped by usage profiles.Fork and edit (or propose something to add).

AlignTab - An alignment plugin for Sublime Text using regular expression

  •    Python

The most flexible alignment plugin for Sublime Text 3. This plugin is inspired by the excellent VIM plugin, tabular. ST2 support is deprecated but however, it is still possible to install AlignTab on ST2 via Package Control.

sublime-monokai-extended - Extends Monokai from Soda with additional syntax highlighting for Markdown, LESS, HTML, Handlebars and more

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Open a Markdown file in Sublime Text and make sure that syntax highlighting is set to Markdown Extended (not Markdown) View -> Syntax -> Markdown Extended. Then go to Preferences -> Color Scheme -> Monokai Extended and pick a theme.