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10Jun
2016
Brackets 1.7 Released

That was quick! Brackets has been updated. The team just announced the release of v1.7 which includes, among other things, 64bit Mac support.

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2Jun
2016
Brackets 1.7 Pre-Release

It's been a while since there was a Brackets update, but no worries, Brackets 1.7 is now in pre-release. Included, among other things, is 64bit Mac support.

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21Feb
2016
Effective UX Animation

Over on the Dreamweaver blog, designer Linn Vizard weighs in on Five Principles for Effective Animation in UX.

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9Feb
2016
Thoughts On Video In Web Design

Over on the Dreamweaver blog, Karol K weighs in on the use of video within web design, pondering both when and how to effectively use it.

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25Jan
2016
Brackets 1.6 Available

I missed this last week. Brackets 1.6 has been released. Improvements include split view of same file (meaning that it's now possible to open the same file in both split panes to view different parts of the file at the same time), the ability to swap files between panes, improved JavaScript hinting, a new no-distraction mode, and more.

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10Nov
2015
HTML5 Canvas Explained

The Dreamweaver blog has been doing a great job of explaining and demystifying HTML5 technologies and concepts. Their latest post, by Lucas Bebber, is a great Introduction to Canvas.

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16Sep
2015
More On CSS Vs SVG

The Dreamweaver blog has been running a fascinating series comparing CSS and SVG. The latest article by Sara Soueidan looks at icons, charts, elastic interactions, and animation effects.

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3Sep
2015
An Overview Of SVG Patterns

More web coding goodness to share over on the Dreamweaver blog. This time, Lucas Bebber has posted a really informative overview of SVG patterns, explaining how these can be used to create interesting typographic effects.

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1Sep
2015
CSS Vs. SVG Shapes And More

Over on the official Dreamweaver blog, Sara Soueidan has posted a fascinatingly insightful article comparing CSS to SVG to create shapes and shaped UI components.

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8Jun
2015
Responsive Design And Kid Friendly Sites

As per Wikipedia, "Responsive web design (RWD) is an approach to web design aimed at crafting sites to provide an optimal viewing and interaction experience - easy reading and navigation with a minimum of resizing, panning, and scrolling - across a wide range of devices (from desktop computer monitors to mobile phones)."

And over on the Dreamweaver blog, Educator and HTML5 Evangelist Andrew Smyk claims that responsive design is also more kid friendly.

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