My favourite Atom packages of 2015

January 02, 2016 0 Comments Atom, 2015, packages, list

A comprehensive list of my favourite Atom packages from 2015

ask-stack

Quickly get answers and code samples from Stack Overflow in Atom

ask-stack

atom-beautify

Beautify HTML (including Handlebars), CSS (including Sass and Less), JavaScript, and much more in Atom

atom-jade

Jade language support in Atom

autocomplete-modules

Autocomplete for require/import statements
autocomplete-modules

autocomplete-paths

Adds path autocompletion to autocomplete+
autocomplete-paths

color-picker

Right click or press CMD-SHIFT-C/CTRL-ALT-C to open it.
color-picker

define-jump

Atom plugin to jump to the local declaration of a variable. Similar to Atom's built in Symbols view, but local to the current file and without the need for any configuration.
define-jump

docblockr

A helper package for writing documentation
docblokr

editor-stats

Display a graph of keyboard and mouse usage for the last 6 hours.
editor-stats

editorconfig

Helps developers maintain consistent coding styles between different editors
editorconfig

emmet

Emmet support for Atom– the essential tool for web developers

es6-javascript

A collection of commands and ES6 focused snippets for optimizing modern Javascript development productivity.

file-icons

Assign file extension icons and colours for improved visual grepping
file-icons

formatter-coffeescript

Formatter for CoffeeScript

git-blame

Toggle git-blame annotations in the gutter of atom editor.
git-blame

git-plus

Do git things without the terminal
git-plus

git-projects

List and open your local Git projects in Atom.
git-projects

glowing-cursor

A glowing cursor based on muchWeb's neon cursor
glowing-cursor

highlight-line

Highlights the current line in the editor
highlight-line

highlight-selected

Highlights the current word selected when double clicking
highlight-selected

jade-beautify

Simple Jade Beautify application to reformat jade files

javascript-snippets

JavaScript & NodeJS Snippets for Atom
javascript-snippets

linter

Linter is a base linter provider for the Hackable Atom Editor.

It provides a top-level API to its consumer that allows them to visualize errors and other types of messages, easily.
linter

linter-coffee-variables

This is a plugin for Linter that does some things that CoffeeLint can't: detecting variables that are used without being defined, and defined variables that aren't used.
It's best used in conjunction with linter-coffeelint.

linter-coffeescript

Lint CoffeeScript on the fly, using coffee

linter-eslint

Lint JavaScript on the fly, using ESLint

markdown-preview-plus

Better markdown preview in atom (optional pandoc support)
markdown-preview-plus

merge-conflicts

Resolve git conflicts within Atom
merge-conflicts

minimap

A preview of the full source code.
minimap

minimap-highlight-selected

A minimap binding for the highlight-selected package
minimap-highlight-selected

minimap-pigments

An Atom plugin to display pigments colors in the Minimap.
minimaps-pigments

pigments

A package to display colors in project and files.
pigments

preview

Ultimate previewer of source code in Atom.

react-snippets

An Atom snippet library for React, React Router and Flux. This library uses ES6 syntax, if you would prefer ES5 or Coffeescript snippets please use the Atom React Package.

set-syntax

Creates easy Command Palette commands for setting the syntax of the current file
set-syntax

stacktrace

Navigate stacktraces within Atom.

This is one of my favourite packages in the list. It is very useful when debugging.
stacktrace

synced-sidebar

Based on Sublime Text SyncedSideBar plugin. Active tab & sidebar are synced - sidebar entry automatically scrolls into view.
synced-sidebar

toggle-quotes

Quickly toggle between single and double quotes
toggle-quotes

And finally, my hackathon project winner. (A work in progress but interesting none-the-less).

Fitgit

Fitgit - an activity tracker for coders. Like Editor stats but supercharged.
fitgit