This is a must-have plugin. It lets you install, remove and manage your plugins directly from Sublime Text 2. I’d love to see this plugin installed by default on ST2. I can’t recommend enough you use it, it’s the apt-get or nmp packet manager for Sublime. After it’s installation all you need to do is to type shift + cmd + P, type “install” and ENTER.
It’s a plugin based on the Emmet standard. If you never heard of it and you code in HTML, this will blow your mind. You can create complete layouts with just one line of code, press TAB and presto. Have a look a the official website. Highly recommend.
Git is my favourite file version control system ever, and this plugin is a front-end for it. If you use Git on a daily basis this is a must-have. Very easy to work with, and after using it you rarely will go into the system console ever again to do common tasks.
First off, you need this. This plugin is like a IDE itself, it finds errors in your code as you go. It supports dozens of languages, from PHP to Python, Java, etc.. This plugin is not only recommend but it should be mandatory.
This is my favourite plugin for ST2. This plugins brings a little of IDE functionality into ST2. This plugin reads all your code and is able to code-complete, jump into definitions and function call tooltips. Although sometimes looks a little buggy, it’s still worth having it around. It’s a huge time saver, especially when you are dealing with other’s people code.