Are you looking for a good coding editor that would be easy to use and free?
Below I will show you a list of 3 top coding editors that I consider to be the best for free.
Quickly and easily develop desktop, mobile and web applications
A hackable text editor for the 21st Century
Created by GitHub, this open source code editor seems to become one of the favorites for lots of programmers. It’s super easy to use, extremely customizable and smart. It gets updated frequently and is also cross-platform, meaning that you can use it on Windows, Macs and Linux systems as well. It has lots of functionalities and it feels like a premium code editor.
Code editing.Redefined. Free. Open source. Runs everywhere.
In conclusion, I feel like there are so many great free tools for developing that it really doesn’t make sense to pay for one with a license, especially when you are just starting out and learning how to code. A few other code editors that I have used over the years and are honorable to mention: Notepad++, SublimeText, Brackets, Eclipse. Remember that they are all more or less offering the same things and features. Just choose the one that feels right for you.
The quality of your code is determined by you, not your IDE.