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Atom-editor

Atom is a hackable text editor created by GitHub and developed on top of the Electron desktop application platform.

Sublimetext

Sublime Text is text and source code editor for Linux, OS X and Windows written by Jon Skinner.

Others

Quality Example
Better

"Atom-editor has better github support out of the box but sublimetext has a several git packages"

from question "What is the difference between Sublime text and Github's Atom"

"Sublimetext has better performance than atom-editor"

from question "What is the difference between Sublime text and Github's Atom"

More memory

"Why atom-editor uses more memory and takes more time to start as compare to sublimetext editor"

from question "Memory consumption by Atom text editor"

Significantly better

"Though similar in ui and ux sublimetext performs significantly better than atom-editor especially in heavy lifting like working with large files complex snr or plugins that do heavy processing on files buffers"

from question "What is the difference between Sublime text and Github's Atom"

More recent

"Plus copy as rtf for atom-editor has more recent updates than sublimehightlight for sublimetext"

from question "Sublime & Highlight: pasting as RTF fontsize issue"

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