We’re delighted to announce Brackets 1.9 release, an update that is packed with features! As we’d mentioned some time ago, we’re focused on innovating and delivering regular updates to Brackets.
Download the latest version here.
In this update, you can take advantage of:
Most modern-day web developers work with a multi-monitor set-up, where they’re writing code on one and previewing design changes real-time on a browser, on another screen. Connecting these 2 distinct operations is essential to a boost productivity of a developer. With Reverse Inspect, a developer can now quickly inspect his code by clicking on elements in the browser and have corresponding chunks of code highlighted inside of Brackets.
Along with the Batch option to selectively replace, you can now use the Replace-all function to replace all search results at once.
The Brackets Extension Manager now displays download count for listed extensions. And also, the Extensions can now be sorted based on download count or published date in ‘Available’ and ‘Themes’ tab.
You can now change language mode for Untitled Documents. To its end, Brackets provides Code Colors and Hints based on the language mode that is selected for an untitled document.
GitHub Organizations can now publish and own Brackets extensions. All public owners who’re part of the organization can update extensions.
See the complete list of fixes and enhancements in this version.