Join Ray Villalobos for an in-depth discussion in this video Working with Quick Edit, part of Adobe Edge Code and Brackets: First Look.
…By far, the most innovative and exciting feature in Adobe Edge…Code and Brackets is the ability to quick edit external files.…This allows you to peek into the code that's affecting a section of…your HTML, make some changes, and then save them to the original file.…It's the sort of thing you've got to see to believe, so let's take a look.…Activating Quick Edit is really easy, just click…inside any tag, like this class right here.…And then go to the Navigate menu and select Quick Edit.…On the Mac, that's Cmd+E. So let's do that.…Notice that Quick Edit immediately opened the section of…CSS that is being used by this class called hero.…
So right here, I can go ahead and modify that if I want to.…And Quick Edit will automatically edit the original…document, notice that it's telling me that it's right…here at line 209 all style.css, so I can save that and you can see that the…quick preview actually updated in real time, as well.…That's definitely something that you're not going to see on other text editors.…Once you've saved a file, it'll update the original document.…
- What are Edge Code and Brackets?
- Installing Edge Code and Brackets
- Working with files
- Adding custom fonts
- Using Edge Inspect CC