June 25, 2012
Adobe introduces Brackets, “A free, open-source code editor for the Web”
Think Adobe’s just about Dreamweaver & Flash?
The new Brackets app offers inline editors & tight browser integration:
Today we’ve all gotten used to doing the save-reload-copy-paste dance… Brackets opens a live connection to your local browser and brings some of those in-browser tools back into the editor where it makes sense. When Live File Preview is enabled your browser shows real-time changes to CSS classes and properties as you type. Because the code lives in your editor but runs in your browser there is no need to save-reload-copy-paste. w00t!
What’s new with patterns in Photoshop CS6?
In 3 minutes Dave Cross demos the new “scripted fill” options that can apply an object randomly, symmetrically, in a spiral, and more:
[Via Andrew Kavanagh]