Category: releases

Article by: Narayani M

Brackets 1.14.2 is now available!

The Brackets 1.14.2 release brings in a new enhancement which enables you to open any arbitrary file type with external applications. In User Preferences settings, you can associate a file extension to open with the system default associated application or open with a specific application. You can add/modify/delete the file type associations by going to “Debug->Open Preferences File” menu and editing the preference “externalApplications”. Here are the possible values for file type associations: default (Brackets will open the files in system default application… Read more

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Article by: Yalpi Shiva Prasad

Brackets 1.14.1 is now available!

The 1.14.1 release has a security update to fix remote exploitation by DNS rebinding vulnerability noticed with remote debugging enabled by default on application launch. To address the security issue, the CEF debugger is disabled by default on application launch. Users who would want to enable debugging should launch Brackets from command line/terminal with the following command: Brackets.exe –remote-debugging-port=Port No A toast notification will be shown in Brackets UI with the message “Remote debugging enabled on localhost:<port>” for valid port number and remote… Read more

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Article by: Suhas Yogin

Brackets 1.14 has landed!

Today, we’re shipping a new update to Brackets (v1.14) to primarily lend support for Language Server Protocol (LSP). As the web continues to evolve, building support for features like autocomplete, goto definition, or documentation on hover for every language is significant effort. The in-built LSP support in Brackets, unlocks potential for multitudes of developers to bring in support for languages such as PHP, Python, and more. And enable features such as code completion, diagnostic, jump to definition and more. When writing PHP code in Brackets, you can… Read more

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Article by: Rajnish Bharti

Brackets 1.13 is now available

We’re back with another exciting update for Brackets! Here’s a quick summary of all the features in Brackets 1.13 Organize Files/Folders in File Tree You can now manipulate folder structures from within Brackets. Move a file/folder from one folder to another with a simple drag and drop. Open Remote Files You can now open a remotely hosted web-page from within Brackets. Use Ctrl/Cmd-Shift-O shortcut and supply a URL to quickly open the file and review the code within Brackets. Auto-Update You can now automatically… Read more

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Article by: Rajnish Bharti

Brackets 1.11 is now available

We are back with a new release of Brackets. Download the latest version here. This version fulfills a long standing ask from our Linux users. We now have a fully supported version of Brackets on Linux. The lib crypt dependency has been resolved, now the Linux build is at par with what you get on Mac and Windows. This new version also introduces complete support for ECMAScript 6 (ES2015). You can now work with all the new constructs in JavaScript. Brackets supports linting of… Read more

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Article by: Rajnish Bharti

Brackets 1.10 is now available

We’re pleased to announce Brackets 1.10 release. This version has multiple nifty features that you can take advantage of.  Download the latest version here. Multiple encoding support: Brackets now supports more than 40 different file encodings. You can now Open/Save files with different encodings. Search History: Access all your most recently searched queries from the search bar. @rule and pseudo-selector code hints: CSS code hints now support @rule and pseudo selector/element code hints. Inline CSS code hints: Brackets now provides CSS code hints in style attribute value in… Read more

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Article by: Rajnish Bharti

Announcing Brackets 1.9 release

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: Reverse Inspect in Live Preview  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… Read more

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Article by: Rajnish Bharti

Brackets 1.8 is now available

We just released Brackets 1.8. Download it from here. Brackets has gained incredible momentum in the last few months. Almost 800,000 people are now using Brackets every month. Our contributors have played a major role in making sure it evolves as the leading code editor for web developers. The current version has a big list of contributions from our community. Special thanks to Martin Zagora for updating the Node version to 6.3.1. You can see the complete list of fixes and enhancements on the wiki. The Brackets team… Read more

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Article by: Ryan Stewart

Brackets 1.7 Now Available Including 64 Bit Mac!

The team just released Brackets 1.7, so head over to brackets.io to download it! As we mentioned, last year, the team has been busy working on integrating Brackets as the core code experience inside Dreamweaver, and that’s resulted in some nice features this release for Brackets users: We’ve upgraded the CEF shell to 2623 which means the long standing issue with mouse scroll being too fast on Windows is now fixed. It’s now easier than ever to quickly open recent files with the new Recent… Read more

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Article by: Ryan Stewart

Go Get Brackets 1.5

As of today, Brackets 1.5 is available for download. As we mentioned last week, the Adobe engineers on Brackets are working on bringing Brackets into Dreamweaver as the code surface and we expect progress on the open source project to be slower as that happens. But we still hope to do regular releases and our community is fantastic so a lot of the work that will be in those releases will be community driven. Brackets 1.5 is a great example of that. This version of… Read more

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