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26Jun
2014
Brackets .41 Released

Title says it all, Brackets .41 is now available. The biggest enhancements are replace across multiple files and improvements to JavaScript Code Hinting. Here are the full release notes.

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10Jun
2014
Brackets .40 Released

The Brackets team is on a roll, and have announced yet another release. The biggest enhancement in .40 is the ability to manage multiple exclusion sets.

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9Jun
2014
Terry Ryan On Edge Reflow And Responsive Design

Adobe Evangelist Terry Ryan is presenting a webinar this week on Getting Started with Responsive Web Design and Edge Reflow. The presentation will be this Wednesday, June 11th, 2014, 12PM-1PM PT.

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31May
2014
Edge Code Preview 8 Released

Edge Code Preview 8 has been announced. Built on recent Brackets sprints, this new release features enhancements including multiple cursors / multiple selection text, improved Find / Replace, per project preferences, improved startup performance, and much more.

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20May
2014
Learn Typography With Typekit Practice

The Typekit team has announced Typekit Practice, "a place where novices and experts alike can hone their typographic skills". The site is hosting the first two tutorials now (along with links and references), and more are on the way.

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19May
2014
Edge Reflow Team Answers Questions

Edge Reflow features a "Talk to the Team" button which, well, allows users to provide feedback, questions, and comments to the product team. The team does read all messages and responds to all questions, and they recently shared some of those questions and answers. If you are an Edge Reflow user, this one is worth eyeballing.

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18May
2014
Brackets Sprint 39 Released

Last week the Brackets team released Sprint 39. New features include improved CSS hinting, cut/copy entire lines, extension update notifications, a new Find menu, and lots of community contributions.

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20Apr
2014
Rethinking Image Captions

Adobe Senior Computer Scientist Hans Muller has posted an invaluable article on using HTML and CSS to display an image with a caption. This one is well worth reading.

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9Apr
2014
Name Your Price For Val Head's CSS Animations Pocket Guide

Val Head's book, The CSS Animations Pocket Guide, is a wonderful read, one that is highly recommended to anyone experimenting with CSS animations. Val just announced that her publisher has shut down. Fortunately, they transferred Val's book rights back to her, and she's now selling it online at name your own price pricing. This is a good opportunity to grab a good read and to show Val some support.

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5Apr
2014
New Canvas 2D Features Explained

The Adobe Web Platform team has posted details on new canvas features recently made available in WebKit, Chrome and Firefox. To try the examples you'll need a bleeding edge browser (nightly WebKit, daily Chromium, Opera developer or Firefox nightly). But with or without the examples, this is a fascinating read.

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