** apm : Atom Package Manager
– Discover and install Atom packages powered by atom.io.
– Run apm help to see all the supported commands
– The common commands are apm install <package_name> to install a new package.

$ apm install <package_name>

My Computer Environment: Linux

** OS:
elementary OS Loki 4.0 (based Ubuntu 16.04 LTS)
A fast and open replacement for Windows and macOS
– https://elementary.io
– https://elementary.io/ko

“elementary OS is different… a beautiful and powerful operating system that will run well even on old PCs”

My Interests now: Web App Developing, Design

** Language:
– JavaScript
– Typescript

** Open Source:

  • Angular.js (http://angular.io)
    , Angular CLI (http://cli.angular.io), Angular Material (http://material.angular.io)
    one framework. Mobile & desktop.

  • Node.js (http://nodejs.org)
    a JavaScript runtime built on Chrome’s V8 JavaScript engine.

  • Yeoman (http://yeoman.io)
    the web’s scaffolding tools for modern web apps

  • mongoDB (http://mongodb.com)
    a document database with the scalability and flexibility that you want with the querying and indexing that you need.

  • Webpack (http://webpack.js.org)
    a module bundler to bundle JavaScript files for usage in a browser

  • Sass (http://sass-lang.com)
    the most mature, stable, and powerful professional grade CSS extension language in the world.

  • Nginx [engine x] (http://nginx.org)
    an HTTP and reverse proxy server, a mail proxy server, and a generic TCP/UDP proxy server

  • Electron (http://electron.atom.io)
    build cross platform desktop apps with JavaScript, HTML, and CSS

  • Git (http://git-scm.com)
    a version control system designed to handle everything from small to very large projects.

  • etc.

** Tools:

  • Editors: Atom editor (http://atom.io), Eclipse IDE(http://eclipse.org)
  • Design:
    Adobe Illustrator Draw app (http://adobe.com/products/draw.html),
    Figma (http://figma.com)
  • Prototype:
    Framer.js (http://framer.com)
  • etc.

Atom Packages

sync-settings: Sync Settings for Atom


Synchronize settings, keymaps, user styles, init script, snippets and installed packages across Atom instances.

Best useful package when Atom Editor is reinstalled and restored,
or is installed to many other computers with the same packages.

Sync Settings for Atom

Gist: usemodj/atom-sync-settings

markdown-preview-plus: Markdown Preview Plus (MPP)

  • markdown-preview + Community Features
  • Markdown Preview Plus (MPP) is a fork of Markdown Preview that provides a real-time preview of markdown documents.
    • Fastly open a preview of any markdown with ctrl-shift-m
    • Math rendering with persistent macro support, toggled with ctrl-shift-x

    ** Installation
    In short steps:

    1. Search for and install markdown-preview-plus in Atom’s Settings view.
    2. Search for and disable the built-in package markdown-preview.
    3. (Optional) Install and enable Pandoc.

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