jdTextEdit is a free and open source text code editor application for Windows, Linux and MacOS. It supports many programming languages like HTML, xml, sql, ruby, python, perl, markdown, java, java script, css, c# and C++. It comes with syntax highlighting, spell Checking, color picker, portable mode, bookmarks and Macros support. You can save your coding session and extend its support via plugins. It almost support all encodings methods.
Install jdTextEdit on Ubuntu Linux
jdTextEdit is available as flatpak, snap and pip package files. If you want to install it via flatpak, then first install flatpak and flathub on your system and restart after the installation.
Then open terminal app and run below jdTextEdit flatpak installation command.
flatpak install flathub com.gitlab.JakobDev.jdTextEdit
It will install the latest version jdTextEdit on your system. And open it via below command.
flatpak run com.gitlab.JakobDev.jdTextEdit
You can also uninstall it via
sudo flatpak uninstall com.gitlab.JakobDev.jdTextEdit
Install jdTextEdit via Snap:
In terminal software run below jdTextEdit snap install command.
sudo snap install jdtextedit
you can uninstall it via
sudo snap remove jdtextedit
Install jdTextEdit via PIP:
If you want to install jdTextEdit via pip then run the below command. If you don’t have pip in your system install it via below link.
Then in your terminal run this jdTextEdit pip installation command. It will install jdTextEdit on your system.
sudo pip3 install jdTextEdit
sudo pip install jdTextEdit