I’m a big Sublime Text fan, but I also spend a lot of time in the terminal. Naturally that involves some time in a text editor; the usual suspects are Vim, Emacs and Nano. Personally I prefer the latter; it has what I consider to be “sensible” key-bindings. So
CTRL-X to quit rather than, well, a Konami code.
As useful as Nano is, there’s a huge disconnect between that and Sublime Text. While a terminal-based editor is unlikely to serve as an IDE, things like syntax highlighting and control over tab-spacing would be a bonus.
Well, Micro provides just that. Take a look at the screenshot below, which shows it in action.