Author: Jeffry Booher

Article by: Jeffry Booher

Brackets 0.43 Release

The team has been busy polishing the exterior of Brackets for our upcoming Max release so we’re packing some of Brackets’ existing features with a little extra love in this release. SCSS/LESS support Remember when the Quick Edit and Quick Find Definition features were first introduced but they didn’t work for your SCSS or LESS files? Well now they do. Any selector, even the ampersand Selector, can be located using Quick Find and any class, ID or tag selector can be targeted for QuickEdit in SCSS/LESS files.… Read more

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Brackets 0.39 Release

Brackets is out and we’ve packed this release with features that improve coder workflows. CSS Fuzzy Code Hints Brackets now lets you type in a few key characters for CSS to quickly narrow the list of available properties and values for auto-completion. Type in blc, for instance, and the auto-completion list will show border-left-color at the top of the suggestion list. Cut/Copy Entire Lines When the selection is a cursor (or cursors, for those using multiple cursors), Cut and Copy operate on the line(s) containing a cursor. This is a fairly standard… Read more

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Brackets Sprint 34 Build

Brackets Sprint 34 marks a new beginning for our installation process. For the first time Brackets will be installed to just “Brackets” – not “Brackets Sprint 34″. This means that Brackets Sprint 35 will install over top of the Brackets Sprint 34 installation allowing for shortcuts, symlinks, pinned tasktray items,dock icons, etc… to point to the Sprint 35 install. Linux SSHFS/REISERFS support, Extension Manager UI Updates, Pixel Guides, bug fixes, a new look, and some architecture changes round out the release. New Brackets File SystemUnder… Read more

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