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If you are new to Linux you may have seen mention of the nano editor. Linux amateurs are often put off by other terminal based advanced text editors such as Vim and Emacs so they turn to Nano while not as powerful, it is a much easier and simpler to use for the casual user.
Nano is a text editor for Unix-like systems or any other environments using a command line interface. It emulates the Pico text editor, a part of the Pine email client, which also provides additional functionality. In contrast to Pico, Nano is licensed under the GNU General ... Continue reading
In today's open-source communities (and more in the corporate environments every day) markdown languages are becoming the mainstream for blogs, web content, presentation tools, and documentation. What is markdown? Basically, it is a formatting language that is very simple allowing content creators to focus on the content, not the programming. Most modern blog platforms support markdown in some shape or form and most template engines use markdown also.
There are many choices when it comes to markdown editors. There are web-based editor... Continue reading