What’s New in Release 1.10
- Multiple encoding support by saurabh95 : Brackets now supports more than 40 different file encodings. You can now Open/Save files with different encodings.
- Forward/Backward navigation in edit history by swmitra : Navigate backward/forward using Alt-I, Alt-Shift-I across explicit cursor positions.
- Enable/Disable default extensions by zaggino You can now enable/disable default extensions, that are shipped with Brackets.
- Search History by saurabh95 : Access all your most recently searched queries from the search bar.
- Native Menus for Linux by eyelash and saurabh95 : HTML menus are replaced with native menus in Linux.
- @rule and pseudo-selector code hints by swmitra : CSS code hints now support @rule and pseudo selector/element code hints.
- Inline CSS code hints by swmitra : Brackets now provides CSS code hints in style attribute value in html.
- Live Preview highlight customization by Worie : Live Preview highlight customization (colors of highlight can be customized via user preferences). This shows highlight with clear segregation of different box model layers.
- Debug > Run Tests is disabled in the installer/DMG distributions of Brackets, because the unit test code is not included. To run unit tests, pull Brackets from GitHub instead.
- Navigate Backward/Forward feature would be available only as Navigate > menu items in OSX. We will enable keyboard shortcuts in next pre-release.
Install Brackets 1.10
Brackets 1.1.0 code editor can be installed on Ubuntu 17.04, Ubuntu 16.10, Ubuntu 16.04, Ubuntu 15.04, Ubuntu 15.04, Ubuntu 14.10, Ubuntu 14.04 and Linux Mint, via the following commands:
$ sudo add-apt-repository ppa:webupd8team/brackets
$ sudo apt-get update
$ sudo apt-get install brackets
Once installed, open Brackets via Ubuntu Dash or Menu. By default, Brackets opens a folder containing some simple “Getting Started” content.