These days, many popular editors support ES2015+ syntax highlighting out of the box, while some require installing additional extensions. This guide should help you get the syntax highlighting to work.
If you're looking for more advanced integrations, you may want to take a look at the Setup guide.
Tip: The font used on the screenshot above is FiraCode.
Sublime Text 3
Visual Studio Code
Install the sublime-babel-vscode extension and follow the instructions.
There seems to be one other way to get the syntax highlighting working and you can learn more about it in the Visual Studio Code docs.
WebStorm now ships with support for ES2015+ without requiring the installation of any additional extensions. You may, however, need to enable it.