Adobe is very keen and intuitive when it comes to HTML5 and all other things that are on the open web. Adobe also found a very profound way of developing better scripts and language to improve web content support and started supporting HTML5 in a very big way. Of all these examples, we can point directly to Brackets code editor which is already available for download and under the MIT license on Git Hub.
One interesting characteristic in the Bracket is that everything should happen in one place. There are no arrays of complicated menus, no buttons, simply nothing. This means that when you need to edit a few lines of CSS that are imported from another file, you can do it in-line while you’re editing the HTML file.
What’s much convenient and time-wise is that everything you write can be seen directly in a browser. One might say that for very obvious reasons, that’s always true in web-content. But what’s great about Brackets is that any changes you do to the code is directly reflected in the browser, in real-time, and with no necessary refreshes. With this feature, it should speed up testing of layouts, debugging features and so on.
Brackets is a noble project and Adobe is very excited to give script users the venue to develop the platform.
So, if you are interested enough to be a part of the change, Brackets is available for free if you click this linked title: Adobe Brackets.
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