That worked well and I can get the console results wellNow how can I use or refer to the index.html file?To be more specific I have two files: index.html and script.js and I need to run the JS on sublime text but I gotReferenceError: document is not defined on such a line
Bluefish is a lightweight and fast open-source, multi-platform application. You can integrate external programs such as Make, lint, and HTML Tidy or even use your own program or script for advanced text processing and error detection.
Specifies the invocation strategy to use when running the build scripts command.If per_workspace is set, the command will be executed for each workspace.If once is set, the command will be executed once.This config only has an effect when rust-analyzer.cargo.buildScripts.overrideCommandis set.
I am not a fan of subscription based apps at all, but that's just me. I've paid for sublime txt, sketch and other cool tools one payment. As soon as they do subscription I'm out. I want to own the software. If I see an app I like most of the time I'm willing to pay whatever, but one time. If the app is fully functional I don't see why you need constant updates just to get people on subscription updates. Personally imo is better to sell X version one payment provide N amount of updates or updates at reduced price, than perpetual subscription. I'm not saying people won't pay for Nova just saying there are tons of free options.
To me subscription based seems like milking the cow lol. Just sell me something good one time payment, if I can write, run, debug code I am happy. If vscode was subscription based I am sure you and I wouldn't be talking about it. At this point I don't think any text editor or ide can compete with vscode and visual studio market places.
If you go to your projectfolder, you will see two different files there: projectname.sublime-project and projectname.sublime-workspace. These two files are JSON files. Then, to open your project just type: 2b1af7f3a8