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Article by: Rajnish Bharti

Brackets 2017 Web Tools Survey

As web technology continues to rapidly evolve, tools and web developers are challenged to stay ahead of the curve – a goal seemingly insurmountable. Understanding the evolution becomes a key factor to achieve this goal, and we are constantly trying to better understand you. To that end, we’re launching the 2017 Brackets Web Tools survey to profile and understand you, and all of  the apps & services that you use. Please take part in this survey to help us understand you and your world of… 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: Prashanth Nethi

Welcome to our new committers!

We are excited to introduce the newest committers to the Brackets community. I will let them introduce themselves. Shubham Yadav Hey guys, I joined the Adobe Dreamweaver team as a Software Developer this summer, straight out of college. But my relationship with Brackets started way before that. I was lucky to grab an internship at Adobe during the first half of this year. During my time as an intern, I worked a lot with Brackets, both as an application and as an open… 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

Update about Extract for Brackets (Preview)

Some of you are familiar with the Extract for Brackets extension, a tool used to work with PSDs shared via Creative Cloud. As announced in this post on the Creative Cloud blog today, we are discontinuing the extension effective on June 28 due to low usage. Please note that any PSD files you’ve used with Extract will still be available to access or share within the Creative Cloud Assets service. To continue using Extract functionality, we suggest checking out the Extract panel in Dreamweaver CC. Thank… Read more

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Article by: Ryan Stewart

New Committer – Swagatam Mitra

This is WAY long overdue as he has already been quite busy making Brackets better, but I want to formally introduce our newest Brackets committer, Swagatam Mitra. Swagatam was responsible for the split view (same document) feature and improving JavaScript hinting in Release 1.6. And here’s some more about Swagatam in his own words: I am a software developer by profession. Started carrier as a Data warehouse and Business Intelligence analyst and then moved on to server side programming in Java. After a… 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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Article by: Ryan Stewart

Update from the Adobe Brackets Team

We’re incredibly proud of the momentum that Brackets continues to have. Over 350,000 people are using Brackets every month. There have been 283 contributors to the project and users have installed 890 different extensions. The community has also become even more active in the project over the past couple of months. We’ll soon be releasing Brackets 1.5 which has a number of fixes and enhancements that were contributed by the community. The Brackets team at Adobe has been spending the past couple of months… Read more

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Article by: Prashanth Nethi

Brackets 1.4 is here

Today we are releasing Brackets 1.4, that has some great features which include, the new instant search, better preferences editability to name a few. Instant Search Say hello to instant search! Searching across files in Brackets has never been this fast. We have worked ground up to improve the performance of find in files inside Brackets. The end result was so good that we now update the search results as you type. This is a great improvement on top of the existing find in… Read more

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Article by: Ryan Stewart

Update on 1.4 and a Brackets Roadmap

The team has been hard at work on the 1.4 release and because it’s taking a little bit longer I wanted to provide a quick update on that release as well as share some of the current thinking from the Adobe engineers about where we’ll be focusing our efforts over the next few releases. One of things we want to do as a team is plan our work around a specific theme for each release. That helps overall productivity for the team because they’re diving… Read more

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