Quick Edit, for example, one of the program’s main features, allows inline editing of CSS. Place a cursor over an ID and press a couple of keys, and you’ll be able to see all of the CSS selectors with that ID in an inline window. It’s much cleaner and neater than having to deal with pop-ups. Live Preview, another of the program’s standout features, lets you see changes made in CSS and HTML immediately on the screen. And Brackets also places a strong emphasis on supplying preprocessor support. Quick Edit and Live Highlight work with LESS and SCSS files which Adobe claims makes them easier to work with.
|Usability: 8 /10||Speed: 8 /10||Features: 7 /10||Support: 7 /10||Pricing: 10 /10|