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Setup MavensMate with Sublime Text 3

Setup MavensMate with Sublime Text 3

Sublime Text is a sophisticated text editor for coding.You'll love the slick user interface, extraordinary features and amazing performance.

I started my apex coding on eclipse IDE and gradually shifted to sublime text due to IDE's sluggishness. There is an awesome package for us called MavensMate, that lets us do Apex coding directly in Sublime Text. So lets get started without any further delay.

1. Install Sublime Text 3 :

Download Sublime Text 3 as shown in below image and install the .exe file.

2. Install Package Control

Package Control is required for package management in sublime.

  • Open Sublime Text Console.

  • Paste the above copied script to Console,then Enter .

 3. Install MavensMate :

     Now using package control, it's dead simple to install any other plugin.

  • Open package control : Preferences > Package Control 
  • Input “install”, then select “Package Control: Install Package
  • In next screen, put “MavensMate“,click the menu to install.
    It will show you success message once installation gets completed.

 4. Install MavensMate - Desktop App:

       Download MavensMate-Desktop zip file and extract it anywhere .
       As per my recommendation download the stable one version

5. Setting up workspace : 

    Open mavensmate app and click on menu > Setting


Update workspace (mm_workspace) section of mavensmate where you want to store your code locally.

6. Creating new Salesforce Project :

1.  Open Mavensmate > Project > New Project
 Provide "Project Name", "Salesforce username", "Salesforce        Password+Security Token","Environment whether it is production or    sandbox"


2. Click project metadata to select project metadata

3. Click create project

That's all and now you are good to go for salesforce development.

I have also created a nice Youtube video if you want to go through.

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