Join Ray Villalobos for an in-depth discussion in this video Using the editor, part of Adobe Edge Code and Brackets: First Look.
…The editor is at the heart of any development tool,…it's where you're going to spend most of the time doing things.…And this editor happens to be one of the most innovative part of the application.…So let's go ahead and hide the sidebar for just a minute, I'm going to go to…the view menu and select hide sidebar, and that way we'll focus on just the editor.…One of the first features that I look for in an editor is code completion.…It saves a lot of time and this…editor has pretty solid code suggestion and completion.…When you start typing in a tag, you'll see a pop-up list…with some suggestions that you can pick by using the arrow keys.…
Now you can continue to type if you want to, that's going to make the list…shorter, and when you find something that you want to apply, you hit the Return key.…Now unlike most editors, it's not writing the beginning and…ending part of the tag, it's just writing the beginning part.…If I close this with a greater than sign it's going to give me both of them.…That allows you to go ahead and enter a few…
- What are Edge Code and Brackets?
- Installing Edge Code and Brackets
- Working with files
- Adding custom fonts
- Using Edge Inspect CC