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What are the best Elixir IDEs-editors?

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    Lynda

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    Bruce Hudson
    Written on May 25, 2017
    "Lynda made my organizing a piece of cake. I would recommend it to anyone!"
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      Spacemacs

      Spacemacs is a text editor built atop GNU Emacs for Unix-like that is a free and open source. It has both graphical and commands line user-interfaces executable under X display. Its text editor has a feature that allows syntax highlighting for most of the programming languages. 


      Software

      Windows, Mac

      Free

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      Lauren Jensen
      Written on February 15, 2017
      "Spacemacs could benefit a lot of people, especially me. The site is not appealing to the eye, but it is realistic. It can help with any of your editing issues, especially..."
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      Lauren Jensen
      Written on February 15, 2017
      "Spacemacs could benefit a lot of people, especially me. The site is not appealing to the eye, but it is realistic. It can help with any of your editing issues, especially when in a predicament when you need a good paper for work or school. I like how there are many different options to choose from when trying to pick a paper to edit. The only problem I see, is that content that was added to review and edit, is very old content. Some from a couple years ago. Making me wonder how updated Spacemacs is."
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      Jorge Luis Aguilar
      Written on January 28, 2017
      "So I had a bit of problem trying to find a text editor, specifically Elixir IDEs-editors, I did my research and found Spacemacs. Ever since then I have no issue editing my text built atop GNU emacs. I love it."
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      Emma Rivera
      Written on September 15, 2017
      "You can not really beat this free and open source platform. Homebrew packages are engaging and easy to understand and use."
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      Atom
      Atom is a text editor for Elixir IDEs that has modern and subtle looks and is also perfectly hackable for its own customization for your own needs. It also has a lot of features like cross-platform editing and smart autocompletion.

      Software

      Windows, Mac

      Free

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      Pamela Hayes
      Written on February 11, 2017
      "This solution is an exact answer to my problem. Atom is an Elixir IDEs editor which is exactly what I was looking for. I found what I needed by looking at this solution. The..."
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      Pamela Hayes
      Written on February 11, 2017
      "This solution is an exact answer to my problem. Atom is an Elixir IDEs editor which is exactly what I was looking for. I found what I needed by looking at this solution. The only downside is that the solution is a single product and not multiple suggestions or recommendations to address the problem. However, the solution is an adequate and accurate answer, and it helped me get what I needed."
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      Doris Ortiz
      Written on June 4, 2017
      "Atom is a pretty good choice when you're looking for an IDE, but so are a lot of free alternatives. Due to the projects closed nature though it's hard to fully get behind it like I would with a some other alternatives out there."
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      Kimberly Dunn
      Written on June 30, 2017
      "This is a text editor so I think it could do the job. I think that it is a solid solution to what I am looking for and can do the job."
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      Vim

      Vim is an open-source configurable text editor that is compatible with either Windows or Mac operating system. It has a license which is GPL-compatible and is free for users to download and install to their computer.

      Software

      Windows, Mac

      Free

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      Jordan Day
      Written on July 4, 2017
      "I personally like Vim but I wouldn't say it's objectively better than the alternatives. There are a number of editors out there, and Vim is rightfully one of the most popular..."
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      Jordan Day
      Written on July 4, 2017
      "I personally like Vim but I wouldn't say it's objectively better than the alternatives. There are a number of editors out there, and Vim is rightfully one of the most popular but honestly I think people need to try at least a few of them and see which design they like best as the functionality is usually the same."
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      Howard Bennett
      Written on July 18, 2017
      "In my line of work, I usually receive a lot of raw data in form of text. Some clients use different systems and so the text is usually not legible using standard windows notepad. I therefore use Vim to pen the text. It has never failed me!"

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    Summary

    Best Elixir IDEs-editors
    Rank Solutions Type Votes Price
    1 Spacemacs Software 57 Free
    2 Atom Software 21 Free
    3 Vim Software 5 Free
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