Summary -

In this page, we describes about audiences, objective, prerequisites and the topics that are covered as part of tutorial.

Introduction -

Adobe bracket editor is an open-source code editor, lightweight software for front-end development and very useful to the web designers.

Brackets is written in HTML, CSS, and JavaScript.

Brackets have close-by features along with CSS code reference and HTML development.

Brackets allow us to see the live preview, that means the new changes incorporated in the code using the editor can immediately reflected on the browser without saving or reload the page.

Audiences -

The tutorial is for anyone who can be a student, a fresher, a software engineer, a web developer, an expert or anyone who is trying to develop a web project or working on web developement using Brackets Editor.

In this tutorial, all the topics are covered with in-depth information that includes screenshots and useful to improve your programming skills.

Objective -

The objective of this tutorial is to support web developers with all the information about best editor to develop their project.

Prerequisites -

There are no prerequisites to learn the Brackets. Having a computation background and having any other code editor experience will be an advantage in understanding the concepts a bit easier. Without a computation background, it is a bit time-consuming to understand the concepts, and you need to go through the topic more than once to understand clearly.