GitHub’s hackable text editor, Atom, hits version 1.0

GitHub’s homegrown text editor has hit version 1.0 today, 18 months after the company launched a preview version of the app. Atom, which has been downloaded 1.3 million times, has seen 155 releases since the editor launched and now features a Windows, Linux and Mac installer. The new version also brings significant performance and stability improvements, focusing on scrolling, typing and start times. GitHub focused efforts on stabilizing the API too, adding better support for developers to build packages that extend the editor and expanding the breadth of the customizations they can build. Atom 1.0 also drops some of the…

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