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Before proceeding, install MavensMate. Let us start with setting up MavensMate and Sublime Text a sophisticated cross-platform text editor to write code. For our current business scenario, we do not need to install Sublime Text. But, if you want to develop, or modify Apex code, then, you will need to install and configure, Sublime Text Editor. Oct 14, 2018  How to Setup MavensMate in Atom Reading Time: 3 minutes Sublime Text is a sophisticated text editor for code, markup and prose.You’ll love the slick user interface, extraordinary features and amazing performance. Jul 11, 2019  Packaged desktop app for MavensMate server. Contribute to joeferraro/MavensMate-Desktop development by creating an account on GitHub.

After attending the Dreamforce conference for Salesforce development, I thought I’d share how to develop in Apex using Sublime Text rather than Eclipse.

If you’re familiar with my development styles, you know that I am very against using IDE applications because of their sluggishness. Everyone will have their own opinions, but I much prefer Sublime Text over Eclipse for all development. Lucky for us, there is an awesome package for us called MavensMate, that lets us do Apex coding directly in Sublime Text.

At the time of writing this article, MavensMate only supports Sublime Text 3 which is currently still in beta. If you don’t already have it installed, download it and proceed to the next step.

You’ll need to install Package Control for Sublime Text in order to install the MavensMate package. This can be done by running the following inside the Sublime console:

If you don’t know how to find the console, you can press ctrl+` or go to View -> Show Console in the toolbar. Per the Package Control documentation, you should use the code found on the site as it changes for every release.

With Package Control installed, press Ctrl + Shift + P or go to Tools -> Command Palette in the toolbar. Type the following to install a package:

When a list of packages become presented, type MavensMate to install the package.

We are almost completely set up. With MavensMate installed, you should now see a new toolbar item for the package. Choose MavensMate -> Settings -> User from the toolbar and find mm_workspace near the top. Type a path that exists on your machine and this is where all new Apex projects will reside. If you’re on Windows, you must escape the slashes. So your workspace may look something like C:Usersnraboy.

Restart Sublime Text for all the changes to take affect.

With Sublime Text open, choose MavensMate -> Project -> New Project… from the toolbar and it should open a web page. If it does not, it is because you don’t have Chrome or another web browser as the default application for opening HTML files.

Choose a name for your new project and provide your Salesforce username and password. When you’ve done this, click the Create Project button to complete the process.

This should result in Sublime Text creating a new coding work space for you.

At this point it is up to you what you want to do. You can create classes, test scripts, deploy to production, etc. I, for example, find the script editor found in Apex Scripting -> Execute Apex… very useful as it is a quick and simple playground for testing my code.

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Installing Atom

To get started with Atom, we'll need to get it on your system. This section will go over installing Atom on your system as well as the basics of how to build it from source.

Installing Atom should be fairly simple. Generally, you can go to https://atom.io and you should see a download button as shown here:

The button or buttons should be specific to your platform and the download package should be easily installable. However, let's go over them here in a bit of detail.

Installing Atom on Mac

Atom follows the standard Mac zip installation process. You can either press the download button from the https://atom.io site or you can go to the Atom releases page to download the atom-mac.zip file explicitly. Once you have that file, you can click on it to extract the application and then drag the new Atom application into your 'Applications' folder.

When you first open Atom, it will try to install the atom and apm commands for use in the terminal. In some cases, Atom might not be able to install these commands because it needs an administrator password. To check if Atom was able to install the atom command, for example, open a terminal window and type which atom. If the atom command has been installed, you'll see something like this:

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If the atom command wasn't installed, the which command won't return anything:

To install the atom and apm commands, run 'Window: Install Shell Commands' from the Command Palette, which will prompt you for an administrator password.

Installing Atom on Windows

Atom is available with Windows installers that can be downloaded from https://atom.io or from the Atom releases page. Use AtomSetup.exe for 32-bit systems and AtomSetup-x64.exe for 64-bit systems. This setup program will install Atom, add the atom and apm commands to your PATH, and create shortcuts on the desktop and in the start menu.

The context menu Open with Atom in File Explorer, and the option to make Atom available for file association using Open with.., is controlled by the System Settings panel as seen above.

With Atom open, click on File > Settings, and then the System tab on the left. Check the boxes next to Show in file context menus, as well as Show in folder context menus. And you’re all set.

Installing Atom on Linux

You can install Atom on Linux using your distribution's package manager by configuring it to use one of our official package repositories. This will also enable you to update Atom when new releases are published.

Debian and Ubuntu (deb/apt)

To install Atom on Debian, Ubuntu, or related distributions, add our official
package repository to your system by running the following commands:

You can now install Atom using apt-get (or apt on Ubuntu):

Alternatively, you can download the Atom .deb package and install it directly:

Red Hat and CentOS (YUM), or Fedora (DNF)

To install Atom on CentOS, Oracle Linux, Red Hat Enterprise Linux, Scientific Linux, Fedora, or related distributions that use the YUM or DNF package managers, add our official package repository to your system by running the following commands:

You can now install Atom using dnf (or yum depending on your distribution):

Alternatively, you can download the Atom .rpm package and install it directly:

SUSE (zypp)

To install Atom on openSUSE or other distributions that use the Zypp package manager, add our official package repository to your system by running the following commands:

You can now install Atom using zypper:

Alternatively, you can download the Atom .rpm package and install it directly:

Updating Atom

You should consider updating Atom periodically for the latest improvements to the software. Additionally, When Atom receives hotfixes for security vulnerabilities you will want to update your version of Atom as soon as possible.

'Automatically Update' is enabled by default in Core Settings of the Settings View, which will allow Atom to check for updates automatically. If you disable this setting you can update Atom manually.

To perform a manual update:

  • Click on the Atom > Check for Update menu item in the menu bar.
  • Search for Application: About in the Command Palette and click the Check now button.

Atom will begin to update if an update is available.

'Automatically Update' is enabled by default in Core Settings of the Settings View, which will allow Atom to check for updates automatically. If you disable this setting you can update Atom manually.

To perform a manual update:

  • Click on the Help > Check for Update menu item in the menu bar.
  • Search for Application: About in the Command Palette and click the Check now button.

Atom will begin to update if an update is available.

If you are using Atom's official package repositories, use your distribution's package manager to update Atom. Otherwise, you will need to manually download and install the latest .rpm or .deb package from https://atom.io. For more details, see Installing Atom on Linux.

Portable Mode

Atom stores configuration and state in a .atom directory usually located in your home directory (%userprofile% on Windows). You can however run Atom in portable mode where both the app and the configuration are stored together such as on a removable storage device.

To setup Atom in portable mode download the zip/tar.gz package for your system and extract it to your removable storage.

Then create a .atom directory alongside the directory that contains atom.exe, for example:

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Then create a .atom directory alongside the Atom.app application, for example:

Then create a .atom directory alongside the directory that contains the Atom binary, for example:

Portable Notes
  • The .atom directory must be writeable
  • You can move an existing .atom directory to your portable device
  • Atom can also store its Electron user data in your .atom directory - just create a subdirectory called electronUserData inside .atom
  • Alternatively you can set the ATOM_HOME environment variable to point wherever you want (you can write a .sh or .cmd script to temporarily set it and launch it from that)
  • Portable mode installations will not automatically update

Building Atom from Source

The Hacking on Atom Core section of the flight manual covers instructions on how to clone and build the source code if you prefer that option.

Proxy and Firewall Settings

Behind a Firewall?

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Using a Proxy?

If you are using a HTTP(S) proxy you can configure apm to use it by running:

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You can run apm config get https-proxy to verify it has been set correctly.