TNBT: Bringing Code Together

If you develop web apps, you have a workflow like this:

  • Repeat forever
    • Edit code
    • Deploy to server
    • Check in browser
    • Tweak HTML/CSS in browser
    • Find the location in the code which is responsible

Sucks? Yes. But until recently, there simply wasn’t a better way to do it. Only Eclipse allows to run am embedded web browser in your IDE but there is no connection between the code and the output. There usually isn’t a connection between related parts of the code. Or can you see all the relevant CSS styles while you edit code that generates an HTML tag? I mean: Can you see the CSS styles for “.todo” when you hover your mouse over code that means “send ‘class=”todo”‘ to the browser”?

Meet Brackets and see how awesome your IDE could be. If seeing is believing, here is the video:

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  • The Next Best Thing - Series in my blog where I dream about the future of software development

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