Whoa, cool! I've been using Brackets for over a year now. Kinda forgot it wasn't an official release.
I remember when this was launched as a Sprint version. I could barely build it. Now look at it :D
I tried this out ages ago. Hows does it compare to Sublime and Atom?
I haven't tried Bracket yet, but in my experience, ST3 was much faster than Atom, and Atom didn't have unique features to justify using it yet. I'm going to assume that Bracket will have the same problems for a little while.
I guess I'm glad they are introducing more competition. I'm worried that having two open source options means that developers won't know which to develop for.
Seems like brackets is pretty heavily optimized for front-end development, and its moving even more towards being designer friendly, according to the notes on http://blog.brackets.io/
Anybody figured out a way to jump to SASS style definition with the Quick Edit? That would be officially killer. I tried a couple plugins but no luck...
I think it's awesome and I love the live preview feature. When I first tried it I was amazed, even though something like this should be standard in the year 2014. However, it is significantly less advanced and slower (at least on windows) than Sublime. I feel I can't make a switch yet, even though it is really cool.
No visual code scrolling (not sure what's it called in sublime), to select next common elements (CTRL+D on Sublime), you need an extra extension for that on Bracket, there are no tabs and the sidebar logic for open documents with split panes is confusing as hell. I just feel Sublime is still the king, but Bracket is sure making a very impressive first impression, it's just not quite there yet.
Ummm...no HAML support = goes in the bin.
Whats the difference between Bracket and Edge Code?
I've noticed Adobe Edge Code is Brackets, but with design centric features that integrate with Creative Cloud. Like Edge Web Fonts, Photoshop PSD's and Kuler palettes.
Seems like they are positioning it as a designers code editor.