Join Ray Villalobos for an in-depth discussion in this video Working with extensions, part of Adobe Edge Code and Brackets: First Look.
…After you've used this editor for while, you may…want to have some functionality that it doesn't already have.…I, for example, like to code with a…dark color theme, usually a theme called Solarized Dark.…But this editor doesn't have the option of switching themes.…Thankfully, you can expand on the functionality…of this application by working with extensions.…It's pretty easy to do.…There's an icon on the tools panel that lets you pull up the extensions manager.…And notice that, right now, I don't have any…extensions installed.…But if I click on the Available tab, I…can see a list of all the extensions available.…
You see this list is quite long.…And if I want to find an extension, all I need to do is type it in right here.…So I can type in themes, and it lets you pull up…a couple of different extensions that I can use to customize my themes.…So I'm going to click on Install on this second one.…And when I click on the Close button, I'll see that…my editor now has a Themes menu and I…can choose from any of the themes from this list.…
- What are Edge Code and Brackets?
- Installing Edge Code and Brackets
- Working with files
- Adding custom fonts
- Using Edge Inspect CC