Install Brackets 1.11 On Ubuntu 17.04 / LinuxMint

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Brackets was created by Adobe, Adobe is famous for Photoshop and other designing products

Brackets is an open source editor used to edit HTML files, CSS and Javascript files.It was initially released for Windows and MacOS-X and later they released for Linux.
In this tutorial, I will show you how to install Brackets 1.11 in Ubuntu 17.04 / 16.04 LTS, LinuxMint 18

The Main Features of Brackets editor is code Preview and Quick edit

Changelog in Brackets 1.11

  • Fix lgtm alerts
  • Fix extension registry link in
  • Fix CTRL+Space handling while the CodeHintList is open
  • Update strings.js [Croatian]
  • On Windows force a 32 bit build until nodejs 64 bit is supported
  • Fixes wrong function call in ProjectManager.js
  • Fix typos [Croatian]
  • "Getting Started" page in the Ukrainian language
  • - add: doubleclick on search result header closes search results window
  • Add mapping for stylus mode in LanguageManager
  • Now reverse inspect can be disabled by setting the 'livedev.enableReverseInspect' pref to false
  • Upgrade brackets-eslint to 3.2.0

Installation steps

Two ways to install Brackets editor
  • Via deb file
  • Via PPA

Install Brackets via deb file

Step 1: Download it from the official GitHub page
Step 2: Install the deb file.
dpkg -i Brackets.Release.1.11.64-bit.deb

Install Brackets via PPA

Brackets can be installed via PPA, but that PPA is not from Adobe, Webupd8 Team Providing PPA, so installation of Brackets is easy than deb file
Step 1: Add the PPA file Provided by the webupd8 Team
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:webupd8team/brackets
Step 2: Update the Repository
sudo apt-get update
Step 3: Install Brackets
sudo apt-get install brackets
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