Brackets is now Adobe Edge Code

I recently wrote about Adobe's foray into creating an HTML/CSS/JavaScript code editor called Brackets. Since then Adobe has created the Adobe Edge Tools and Services platform, which contains a suite of tools to help developers build better web applications and as such, Brackets has become Adobe Edge Code within this suite. The difference between the two is that Adobe Edge Code integrates with other Edge tools such as Edge Web Fonts and PhoneGap Build; while Brackets remains the open source version of the code editor. The open-source Brackets web site is still maintained on GitHub.

You can currently download the preview of Adobe Edge Code from the web site to give it a try if you are interested. I wrote about some the features in a previous post here. Also, if you want to see the editor in action, there is great demo video that can be found on YouTube right here.


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