2014 Edge Code Is Now Brackets
Brackets is an open source lightweight code editor, a project we started because we saw the need and the community (who download each new release over 100,000 times) agreed. Edge Code is built on top of Brackets and was added to the Creative Cloud to make it easier to obtain and use. With the recent 1.0 release of Brackets, Product Manager Ryan Stewart has announced that going forward we'll be focusing on Brackets, and will notify customers to get Brackets for future updates.
2014 Brackets 1.0 Is Here
It's official, the Brackets team has announced the release of the highly anticipated Brackets 1.0, as well as a preview of Extract for Brackets, an extension that speeds up the process of pulling design information like colors, fonts, and measurement info out of a PSD and turning it into clean, minimal CSS.
2014 Brackets 1.0 RC1
2014 Brackets 1.0 Is Almost Here
2014 Brackets .43 Released
The Brackets team has announced the release of version .43. Enhancements include SCSS/LESS support, Find UI improvements, new themes and theme management, simplified language switching, and lots of community contributions.
2014 Using Flash Pro To Generate HTML5
Designer and Developer Dave Gámez has posted an excellent overview of how to use Flash Pro CC to produce HTML5 content. This one is well worth the read.
2014 Brackets .42 Released
2014 The New Edge Animate Actions Panel
Edge Animate CC 2014 (version 4) features a new Actions Panel which offers a new streamlined workflow for visually adding actions to specific elements and on the timeline. Actions allow you to provide event-based instructions to your composition. As explained in this blog post, these instructions include playing an animation, creating a hyperlink, creating article links in a DPS magazine, changing text, and many more.
2014 Brackets .41 Released
2014 Brackets .40 Released