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Photoshop 6 Cost Too Much? Use Photoshop Express Editor Online

Buying the full version of Photoshop may be a little out of a beginning developer's budget, but fear not...

Photoshop Express, a tool mentioned briefly in the April 10th Meetup with Savvy Panda, is an online editor that will take care of your basic cropping, color, tint, hue, saturation and brightness adjustments through a handy online browser-based interface.

All you have to do is upload the picture and start editing!

Go To Photoshop Express Online Here

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Sublime Text 2 Code and Text Editor

Sublime Text 2 is Arguably the best IDE editor

Sublime Text 2 is a powerful code and text editor with one of the coolest interfaces ever! I started using Sublime almost three months ago now and really love how most everything you might need to do has a keyboard shortcut. You don't have to move your hands much (like over to the mouse) once you get the shortcuts down (think like ctrl+c for cut and ctrl+v for paste, just expanded to other fuctions that sublime has).

Multiple Selections

With Sublime, you can select multiple parts of the text for faster editing (Ctrl+Shift+L to split the selection into lines and Ctrl+D to select the next occurrence of the selected word). Really cool feature.

Split Editing

You can do side-by-side editing using Sublime as well. I used to use notepad ++ for this, but I really like the Sublime editor better for this.

It's available for OSX, Linux and Windows as well. If you're a coder, I do recommend giving this one a try!

Go to the Sublime Text 2 site here


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