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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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27Apr
2015
Brackets 1.3 Now Available

The Brackets team has announced the release of version 1.3. New features include command-line launching, code folding, and Health Data collection (to collect anonymous, aggregated data with an eye on improving Brackets as well as providing more information to the community about how people are using Brackets). Go get it!

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22Mar
2015
Google Mobile-Friendly Test

Is your site mobile friendly? Use Google's Mobile-Friendly Test tool to find out. And yes, this site is, thanks to responsive design.

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2Mar
2015
Brackets 1.2 Now Available

Brackets 1.2 has been released. New features include moving selected text via drag and drop, CSS color name code hints, improved SVG support, and more. Details are in this blog post.

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4Jan
2015
Sign Up For Webinar On Flash Professional And The Future of Animation

The Flash Pro team will be hosting a live webinar featuring presenters including Grant Skinner (creator of CreateJS), Joshua Granick, Rob Bateman, and Denis Balon. Topics will include native support for HTML5 Canvas and WebGL, Custom Platform Support (Cocos2D, Starling, AwayJS, OpenFL etc.), and much more. The webinar is on January 13, 2015 at 11:00AM EST, 8:00AM PST. No registration necessary, just join a few moments before the start time, select the guest option, and sign in with your full name.

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18Dec
2014
Brackets 1.1 Is Here

Brackets 1.1 is out, featuring cross-browser live preview, stabililty and perfomance enhancements, and an update to the Extract extension. More details in the announcement blog post.

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11Nov
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.

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4Nov
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.

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