Sublime Text is by far my favorite code editor, and it’s not just me. There are many around the world that use it as their main code editor.
One of the reasons is that, Sublime Text is a powerful and lightweight in its build. There are many shortcuts that will increase your speed in development, and the shortcuts itself are very handy.
In its vanilla state (without plugins), the editor already has great features by default. With plugins however, you can enhance Sublime’s power even more according to your needs. You can check out some good plugins here, and install it via Package Controller.
For a deeper explanation on Sublime’s shortcuts and plugins, check out the link below.