July 5, 2015

Sublime Text Macros – Record Your Patterns For Reuse

If you find yourself performing the same action again and again in your text editor odds are you can save yourself some time by creating a macro. For example, if you find yourself frequently pushing the right arrow key a few times, then typing a semicolon, and then pressing return… why not have a keyboard shortcut that performs that chain of actions for you automatically in one fell swoop. That’s exactly what we learn how to do in this lesson!

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Brad Schiff

Brad Schiff is a front-end developer, designer, and educator who has been building user interfaces for over a decade. He’s done work for Fortune 500 companies, national political campaigns, and international technology leaders. His proudest achievement is helping people learn front-end web development.

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