Differences

This shows you the differences between two versions of the page.

Link to this comparison view

Both sides previous revision Previous revision
windows:what_is_this:shell_ui:built-in_editor [2017/05/24 11:28]
Kate Gavrysh ↷ Links adapted because of a move operation
windows:what_is_this:shell_ui:built-in_editor [2017/05/24 11:28] (current)
Kate Gavrysh ↷ Links adapted because of a move operation
Line 8: Line 8:
 ====== Built-in Editor ====== ====== Built-in Editor ======
  
-The main part of an IDE is, without any doubt, an editor. The Welkin Suite provides you with many built-in editors for different languages (and purposes): [[windows:​how_does_it_work:​how_to_work_with_built-in_editor:​apex_editor:​start|Apex]],​ [[windows:​how_does_it_work:​how_to_work_with_built-in_editor:​visualforce_editor:​start|VisualForce]], ​ [[windows:​how_does_it_work:​how_to_work_with_built-in_editor:​lightning_editor:​start|Lightning]],​ [[windows:​how_does_it_work:​how_to_work_with_built-in_editor:​css_editor:​start|CSS]],​ [[windows:​how_does_it_work:​how_to_work_with_built-in_editor:​html_editor:​start|HTML]],​ [[windows:​how_does_it_work:​how_to_work_with_built-in_editor:​javascript_editor:​start|JavaScript]],​ [[windows:​how_does_it_work:​how_to_work_with_built-in_editor:​xml_editor|XML]] and even [[windows:​how_does_it_work:​how_to_work_with_built-in_editor:​image_editor:​start|images]]. ​+The main part of an IDE is, without any doubt, an editor. The Welkin Suite provides you with many built-in editors for different languages (and purposes): [[windows:​how_does_it_work:​how_to_work_with_built-in_editor:​apex_editor:​start|Apex]],​ [[windows:​how_does_it_work:​how_to_work_with_built-in_editor:​visualforce_editor:​start|VisualForce]], ​ [[windows:​how_does_it_work:​how_to_work_with_built-in_editor:​lightning_editor:​start|Lightning]],​ [[windows:​how_does_it_work:​how_to_work_with_built-in_editor:​css_editor:​start|CSS]],​ [[windows:​how_does_it_work:​how_to_work_with_built-in_editor:​html_editor:​start|HTML]],​ [[windows:​how_does_it_work:​how_to_work_with_built-in_editor:​javascript_editor:​start|JavaScript]],​ [[windows:​how_does_it_work:​how_to_work_with_built-in_editor:​xml_editor:start|XML]] and even [[windows:​how_does_it_work:​how_to_work_with_built-in_editor:​image_editor:​start|images]]. ​
  
 All of the editors have differences in functionality,​ but the window’s structure remains the same. Thanks to this you are able to write and manage your code in the most suitable way for you, without switching between applications. All of the editors have differences in functionality,​ but the window’s structure remains the same. Thanks to this you are able to write and manage your code in the most suitable way for you, without switching between applications.
Last modified: 2017/05/24 11:28

footer image