Adobe Brackets, a potentially awesome code editor

Adobe has announced Brackets, their new open source code editor for the Web. And while I have been altogether underwhelmed by Adobe's recent web-design efforts -- Muse and Edge being web-design applications for not-web-designers, and every Muse site I've seen making me want to vomit -- Brackets has me thoroughly impressed. The application is ambitious, progressive and to the point, qualities which I find most admirable.

The intent of TTG plugins is to enable users to create and maintain their own websites from within Lightroom, without having to code. Even so, many of you seem to enjoy tinkering under-the-hood. If you count yourself among that number, then Brackets may just be something you should check out. I have yet to spend time with it myself, but I'll be digging into it this evening. Info:

Adobe's John Nack blogs about Brackets.

The Brackets blog.

The Brackets app on Github.


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