That is as my sublime looks like

The list of my favorite sublime text 3 plugins

  • AngularJS - better angular support
  • Better CoffeeScript - hightlight coffeescripts
  • Color Highlighter - detect and hightlight colors
  • Django - snippets for django
  • Django Lookup Snippets - snippets for django ORM
  • DocBlockr - automatic comments for js by /**
  • Gitignore - highlight and support .gitignore files
  • HTML-CSS-JS Prettify - tool for prettify html/css/js
  • HTMLBeautify - another html beautifier tool
  • INI - ini files support
  • Jade - jade highlight
  • Jekyll - toolset witch helps me with this blog
  • LESS - lesscss highlight
  • Liquid - liquid highlight
  • LogView - beautify logs view support
  • Material Theme - cool theme
  • Materialize - cool theme-set
  • nginx - nginx configuration highlight
  • Pug - modern Jade highlight
  • Python PEP8 Autoformat - tool for prettify python scripts
  • Sass - sass/scss highlight
  • SideBarEnhancements - sidebar files and folders enhancements, very useful
  • SideBarFolders - adds menu folders
  • Stylus - stylus highlight
  • Themes Menu Switcher - useful theme switcher

As you see I consider myself a stronger front-end than backend developer :)

MasOS: how to open projects with sublime text 3 using term2

MasOS users have Sublime binary file here

/Applications/~\ Text.app/Contents/SharedSupport/bin/subl

It easy to create a symlink in /usr/local/bin

sudo ln -s /Applications/Sublime\ Text.app/Contents/SharedSupport/bin/subl /usr/local/bin/sublime

You can find more in official sublime docs

Then You got open project in current folder by

sublime .