Adobe Brackets is finally being put to rest
March 4th, 2021
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Just as I got to know
Adobe Brackets, I found out 3 days ago, inside my
editor, that it is being deprecated, and will no longer be maintained. The
team suggested that everyone switch over to
Well, considering they weren’t making any updates to it for at least the last
year or so (or more), that it was over
HTTP and NOT
HTTPS, and probably
a whole bunch of other things I am not even aware of, I am not surprised.
They probably didn’t feel like putting in the time because it was open source
and not a money maker, and these days there are other much better alternatives
out there that are also open source, but are well maintained by
Microsoft (for example).
I did like the
UI/UX feel of the (
Adobe Brackets) editor, and will miss
that part. The
Atom code editor is similar in feel, and a great
little editor now also maintained by
Microsoft. They own
Github originally created
Atom. Anyone who loved using (
Brackets should transition to
Atom. Then, if one starts building
bigger, more complex applications, perhaps even full stack, I would suggest
Atom is just a nice code editor for getting your feet wet,
and to prepare you for code editors like
I will be embedding this episode of Plugging in The Holes along with a transcript in the form of a post on interglobalmedianetwork.com for your hearing and reading pleasure. Bye for now!
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