If you are a professional coder or a programmer, then you must be aware of the Sublime Text 3 editor tool. This advanced tool helps coders to work faster. You can improve your productivity by installing a set of plugins on the tool. If you are not aware of the installation process of the Plugins, then here we have prepared a step by step tutorial for you.
How to Install Plugins on Sublime Text 3?
In order to install the Plugins on Sublime Text 3 editor, the first thing you need to do is instaling the Package Manager on it. You can Install Package Manager on Sublime Text 3 tool by following the given instructions on this article.
Once you are done with the installation of the Package Manager or Package Control Plugin, you can easily install the packages of different plugins to this software.
Since there are hundreds of useful plugins available for Sublime Text 3 tool, make sure to first understand the basic installation steps for one single plugin. Once you get to know about the installation process, you can install as many plugins as you want by following the same steps. Let’s get on to the tutorial now!
The first thing you need to do here is launching the Package Manager tool on the Sublime Text 3 editor. Follow the above-given tutorial to install the Package Manager Plugin.
You can open the Package Manager by pressing Control+ Shift + P shortcut.
In the search bar, enter Package Control. You will see a list of related commands on your screen for different directories and plugins or for the available packages of the plugins.
Just select the suitable plugin package from the list and install it by pressing the enter button.
Note: If you want to install a fresh plugin, make sure you first copy the package files into the package manager’s directory first. Download the plugin on your PC first and then put the downloaded folder of the plugin into the Packages folder.
Whenever you try to search for the desired plugin, you will easily see it in the list and this is how you can install as many plugins as you want on the Sublime Text 3 editor.