Your new BFF – Adobe’s code editor Brackets officially migrates from beta today

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It’s officially one of the most exciting open source projects on the web. And today, almost three years after the first commit, Adobe’s lightweight code editor Brackets is launching in 1.0 atFuture of Web Design New York.

Brackets is not so much a text editor as “an opinionated editor for HTML, JavaScript and CSS,” as Adobe developer evangelist Terry Ryan explained it to us. It’s firmly focused on the code, so that: “If you need to change the CSS of a particular bit of HTML, we can punch open a window to it without you having to open that CSS file. But you stay in the code. There are no property panels or metadata to mess with. All of this is accomplished with an open source code base written almost entirely in HTML/JS/CSS.”

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