Which editor to use for large files?

Guys, tell me which editor it is better to create large files? I don't know how to program for example the jquery library, but I think that no one comp. Alternatively, blocks of code are created by different people and the code of them is going then 1 large file. Maybe someone knows how to create great scripts from little files automatically?.
Otherwise large files where code is not enough, so you can run into random errors. In PHP it is clear, has created a class/function, shared methods/functions under the files require and all you need to correct the piece of code change on health, other areas still outside the file.
July 9th 19 at 13:04
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July 9th 19 at 13:06
To stick together js files smart - see best practices in Gulp/Grunt, there will be minification. But the files can not be edited after gluing. Edited source files, then put in the processing to prepare the image for production.
Edit huge files (although there is something gigantic in JS) - EmEditor.
You will immediately understand what I mean) Thanks for the advice. - thelma commented on July 9th 19 at 13:09
July 9th 19 at 13:08
In JS everything is exactly the same, a project structure with a bunch of folders and individual files. Can be divided into arbitrarily many parts and work infinitely large command. Next, enter in build tools automated build, usually Grunt/Gulp/Webpack/BEM tools , etc. some companies have their own tools for Assembly. In addition, these tools can track changes in files and rebuild the project until you press Ctrl+S, so you can all have a great look in the browser in real time.

So, as you can see, in real development on JS almost never have to work with large files.
July 9th 19 at 13:10
Thank you guys. Now he understood!

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