Brackets : Free and Open Source Editor for Web Designers by Adobe
In additional, Brackets is lightweight and streamlined editor when compared to other editors and has useful features like Quick Edit and Code Preview. Quick Edit allows you to change and modify a particular section a your code by right-clicking it and changing its properties.
Brackets also comes with an extension manager, which provides support for tens of extensions that extend the editor’s functionality, and also includes a big number of themes to choose from. Extensions can installed directly from the list provided by the manager, drag a ZIP archive containing an extension, or provide an URL.
Currently brackets available in version 0.44. One of the most important new features in the latest brackets 0.44 is split view (horizontally and vertically). There are also a few interesting improvements, like improvements to the project tree, improvements to stylesheet editing, a new option in Preferences to show the cursor when text is selected, and localization support for the Extension Manager.
How to Install Brackets in Ubuntu 14.04 and Linux Mint 17
There are two methods to installing brackets in ubuntu 14.04 and linux mint 17. Method 1 : Installing through webudp8 team PPA (thanks to webupd8 team). Method 2 : Install brackets by directly Download *.deb Package from Github
Installing brackets through webupd8 PPA
Add the webupd8 team ppa with the following command:
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:webupd8team/brackets
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install brackets
Install brackets by directly Download *.deb Package
Download and install brackets latest version with the following command:
For 32 bit:
sudo dpkg -i Brackets.Release.0.44.32-bit.deb
For 64 bit:
sudo dpkg -i Brackets.Release.0.44.64-bit.deb
Launch brackets from unity dash by typing “Brackets” in Ubuntu 14.04. In Linux Mint 17 navigate to Menu -> Programming -> Brackets
The following is video how to install and review brackets in Ubuntu 14.04 and Linux Mint 17