This is a brief tutorial of how to configure Atom, a hackable text editor for the 21st Century, under your corporate proxy, I decided to write a post about it because I spent a whole week struggling with it! ;)
Before starting with the core of the config itself, you may have to download (specially on Windows) the following software:
After this step, you have to modify the two config files both from atom and from the npm package manager (there must be located somewhere inside your user directory):
proxy=http://localhost:3128 https_proxy=http://localhost:3128 dist-url=http://gh-contractor-zcbenz.s3.amazonaws.com/atom-shell/dist strict-ssl = false
proxy=http://localhost:3128 https-proxy=http://localhost:3128 registry=http://registry.npmjs.org strict-ssl=false
After restarting Atom you should now be able to use it under your corporatey proxy!
This is a plus, but if you want, here there is a built-in config to develop in AngularJS via the Sync Settings package with my current configuration ;)