More information about WebStorm can be found here. There is a free 30-day trial.
Komodo supports all the functions of Node.js and other popular web-based frameworks. This powerful editor includes debugging, unit testing, collaboration, or integration with build systems. The editor’s features include track changes, multiple selections, quick bookmarks, code folding, code blocks, and even smart language detection.
More information about Komodo Edit is available here. Komodo IDE offers a free 21-day trial for developers.
Can’t stop, won’t stop loving VS Code. We’ve already talked about how awesome VS Code is for Go, but with support for over 40 languages, there’s a lot of love to go around. This free, cross-platform IDE works well for frontend development.
VS Code offers smart completion with IntelliSense, built-in Git integration, the ability to debug code straight from the editor, and more. VS Code is highly extensible with a number of customization options through its many extensions. It also offers support in dozens of languages, making it understandable why it was ranked the most popular developer tool for Stack Overflow’s 2018 Developer Survey.
More information about VS Code can be found here. This free, open source IDE runs everywhere.
More information about Atom IDE can be found here. Atom is free and open source.
Thanks to its Live Preview feature, Brackets is in sync with your browser and directly pushes code edits instantly. Developers can make changes and jump between the code and the live preview without any complications. Additionally, the Quick Edit UI will make sure that you always have the right tools at hand, no matter what kind of code you’re developing.
More information about Brackets.io can be found here. Brackets is free and open source.