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Brackets for Mac is an open-source code editor for HTML, CSS and JavaScript, which has been built in HTML, CSS and JavaScript.

Brackets for Mac comes with a crisp user interface called the Quick Edit UI. Here is where you put context-specific code and edit with inline tools, instead of cluttering up your coding environment with various panels and icons.

It also has a really useful feature called Live Preview, which works directly with your browser in order to push code edits instantly. You can jump back and forth between your source code and the browser view.

Brackets for Mac is a solid editor and has everything you need for working with files and directories, and creating new files. The code completion features let you quickly assemble apps without knowing the exact syntax. If you need assistance code syntax and code options, then the Quick Edit option provides help along the way.

Brackets for Mac also offers a strong extension framework. There are numerous extensions available, which can be browsed and installed via the Extension Manager, located in the File menu or by clicking the icon in the upper right corner of the main interface.

Overall, Brackets for Mac is easy to use an pleasant to code with. The interface is easy to navigate, and the extensions offer a variety of options. The Live Preview option is a really helpful tool because you get instant feedback on any changes to your code.

According to Adobe, best of all, because Brackets for Mac is open source, and built with HTML, CSS and JavaScript, by using it you can help build the best code editor for the web (if you want to).

Title: Brackets for Mac 1.12
Filename: Brackets.Release.1.12.dmg
File size: 76.06MB (79,756,603 bytes)
Requirements: Mac OS X
Languages: Multiple languages
License: Open Source
Date added: January 30, 2018
Author: Adobe Systems Inc
www.adobe.com
MD5 Checksum: A33D03EEBE9D885E2200AB3388E9FA8E

New:
JavaScript Refactoring by navch : You can now easily restructure JavaScript code using Refactor capabilities in Brackets. You can now rename, wrap in Try/Catch or Condition, Extract to Variable or Function, and Create Getters/Setters – all at the click of a button (or two!).
Community contributions:
Upgraded codemirror version to 5.30.0.
Update CSS at-rule hints.
Update CSS pseudo-selector hints.
Findbar search string retention.
Bugs fixed.