I know many of you will be surprised and so many others will know that this article is going to go. A few months ago, Adobe was seeing the competition it was having with publishers like Sublim Text a 2 or IDE’s like Eclipse or Netbeans, Embarked on an ambitious and risky project that is bearing fruit. The idea was to give a web development editor that is easy to use and that is a platform to web creators. This is how he was born brackets, the Adobe editor, Free license that can be used on most platforms, Windows, Mac OS and GNU / Linux, especially the distributions they use deb as main package as is the case with Ubuntu.
Features of Brackets
We told you about it a long time ago Sublime Text 2 one of the best publishers for developers, well, brackets it is the same but with a friendlier appearance. It is in perfect Spanish and when we open it we have the project tree on our left, which in Sublim Text 2 we had to enable. possibly brackets it does not have as many extensions as Sublim Text currently has but the number of them is huge and growing over time.
How to install Brackets on our Ubuntu
brackets it is free and ready to use in Ubuntu but unfortunately it is not yet in the Ubuntu repositories, so if we want to have it installed on our computer we have to do it from external repositories or by downloading the package from the official website and installing it. I personally recommend the latter option, both for expert and novice, it is a simple, fast and official solution. To do this we just have to go to this link, Download the version we want and correspond to our system and double-clicking on the deb we download, will open the Software Center wondering if we want to install it.
Once we have installed it, we can see how it is in Spanish, both menus and the guide in html which opens us up only to open the editor for the first time. Once read, you are ready to elbow a little.
While it is true that brackets it does not have an official version, it is still in Beta, as the saying goes, it is also true that it is fully functional, stable and can be developed in it even if it is not Sublime Text 2. The quality of this editor versus sublime Text is that it is free while Sublim Text is not. For the rest, I let you choose, the last word is yours.
More Information – Sublim Text 2, a great tool for Ubuntu, WDT, an awesome tool for web developers,
Source and Image – Brackets Official Website