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  1. Cool! Soon WordPress will become an all in one, hehe. Website platform, code editor etc. :D

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  2. The dark theme looks just like my sublime… I gave it a try and really liked it. But still, I would prefer a desktop based development environment. It is not just about writing code, but version control system, backups, collaborative development and much more. But yes, for people looking for a simple way to add some small functionality by say, dropping a snippet on their theme’s functions.php, this is definitely the way to go :)

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  3. Although I understand the frustrations people (myself included) have with the current WP Code Editor, I think it “protects” people from editing on a live site. There are so many things that can go wrong doing live editing which can bring the entire site to a screeching halt. It is much safer to do the editing offline.

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    1. Certainly true. But I guess as long as the theme and plugin editors are in core, people are going to want to extend them. ;)

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  4. Would this be able to support versioning? This is almost like FTP commando but worse! I guess for someone who knows what they are doing and just needs a simple tweak, or for something relatively easy to edit for the basic end-user, this has it’s advantages.

    I’ve just never felt comfortable editing files on a live site that could potentially break it and cause disruption to the end user, that seems like bad practice to me.

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