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FrameMaker FMXA: Quick Element Toolbar for multi-level lists
FrameMaker FMXA: Quick Element Toolbar for multi-level lists
Watch a brief example of how novice XML authors can swiftly insert multi-level lists using only simple icons from the QET (Quick Element Toolbar) and simple brackets to indicate locations of XML element boundaries. One more example of authoring natively in XML with FrameMaker. Although this video uses FrameMaker XML Author 12, the same technique will work in the XML workspace of "full" FrameMaker 12.
  • FrameMaker
  • Technical Communication Suite
  • Views: 47
  • Added: May 06, 2014
  • Runtime: 00:03:24
Hack Your Editor: Contributing to Brackets
Hack Your Editor: Contributing to Brackets
Join one of the most popular open source projects on Github.com and contribute to the code editor dedicated to improving web development and design. This session will provide everything you need to start hacking on Brackets and contributing to the project. Principal Scientist and lead contributor to Brackets, Glenn Ruehle, will :• Help you configure your environment for development and testing• Explain how to manage the git repositories and work with GitHub• Identify features and bugs the project needs your help with
  • Views: 603
  • Added: May 06, 2013
  • Runtime: 00:57:21
Space Age Miracle Tools: Experiments with Brackets
Space Age Miracle Tools: Experiments with Brackets
Join the Brackets community for a showcase of bleeding-edge experiments in web development and design tooling. This demo-only session is packed with some of the best ideas from the web community and Adobe. Jason San Jose, lead contributor to Brackets, will moderate:• Live demos and experiments• Working prototypes• Results from the Adobe MAX Brackets Hackathon
  • Views: 302
  • Added: May 06, 2013
  • Runtime: 00:44:53
Brackets: An Open Source Code Editor for the Web
Brackets: An Open Source Code Editor for the Web
Learn about Brackets, a new open source project started by Adobe to push tooling on the web forward. Built in JavaScript, HTML, and CSS, Brackets is MIT licensed and developed openly on GitHub. This session will provide an overview of the project and describe how to get involved.The Brackets open source product manager, Adam Lehman, will share:• Innovative and unique features for web designers and developers• The goals and structure of the project• Extending Brackets with JavaScript• How to contribute to Brackets
  • Views: 3,957
  • Added: May 06, 2013
  • Runtime: 00:52:20
Using Creative Cloud to Create Responsive, Interactive Web Pages
Using Creative Cloud to Create Responsive, Interactive Web Pages
Learn how to use Adobe Creative Cloud to build responsive, interactive web pages. We'll cover creating vector graphics, extracting CSS properties, adding interactivity and animation, using web fonts, and adjusting assets and content for responsive layouts. Dave Hogue, vice president of experience design at Fluid, will outline how to:• Use Adobe Fireworks to create graphics• Define CSS properties that will be turned into an interactive portfolio using Adobe Edge Animate• Combine interactive components and CSS properties in Adobe Dreamweaver, Edge Code, Brackets, and Edge Reflow to create a responsive web page
  • Views: 1,560
  • Added: May 06, 2013
  • Runtime: 01:03:25
Extending Brackets with JavaScript
Extending Brackets with JavaScript
The Brackets open source project provides a playground for experimenting with new ideas in web tooling. Built in JavaScript, HTML, and CSS, anything is possible through Brackets extensions. This session will take you through the necessary steps to build your first extension. Kevin Dangoor, lead contributor to the Brackets open source project, willdiscuss:• Detailed review of the brackets extension API• How to structure and build extensions• Setup for debugging and testing extensions• Sharing your extension with the community
  • Views: 650
  • Added: May 05, 2013
  • Runtime: 01:01:00
Practical JavaScript
Practical JavaScript
Learn pragmatic techniques for building JavaScript apps that are robust, maintainable, and fast. Explore new tools that can improve your coding productivity, and take a peek at what's coming down the road.Peter Flynn, lead contributor to the Brackets open source project, will discuss:• Writing cleaner code via modules, type annotations, and frameworks• How to use the powerful performance tools built into modern browsers• Code editor innovations that help you work faster and with fewer mistakes• Tools and habits to make the most out of JSLint and JSHint• How to track bugs and performance problems on end users' browsers
  • Views: 909
  • Added: May 05, 2013
  • Runtime: 00:52:56
Icons, Sprites, and CSS with Fireworks
Icons, Sprites, and CSS with Fireworks
Learn how to use Adobe Fireworks to create icons and sprite sheets and extract CSS properties. Tools and techniques we'll explore include the Pen tool, composite paths, the Path panel, and CSS Properties.Dave Hogue, vice president of experience design at Fluid, will explain:• How to use vector tools in Fireworks to create icons for websites or mobile apps• How to create a CSS sprite sheet of the icons and design an icon toolbar• How to extract the CSS properties of the toolbar so that it can be built in Adobe Dreamweaver or Adobe Edge Code and Brackets
  • Views: 1,518
  • Added: May 05, 2013
  • Runtime: 00:56:05
Code the Web Faster with Adobe Edge Code Preview
Code the Web Faster with Adobe Edge Code Preview
Ryan Stewart shows you Adobe Edge Code preview built with HTML, CSS, and JavaScript: live development, code hinting for HTML and CSS, inline colors, and quick code editing in context.
  • Views: 9,845
  • Added: Feb 11, 2013
  • Runtime: 00:03:51
  • Tags: HTML5, css, html, javascript, Brackets, Edge Code, code editor, open source, open source code editor, web developers
Getting Started with Brackets
Getting Started with Brackets
Principal Scientist Narciso Jaramillo introduces Brackets, a new open-source code editor from Adobe, and demonstrates two features that improve productivity: inline editing for accessing code snippets from various files and live development for viewing updates instantly.
  • Views: 3,849
  • Added: Sep 24, 2012
  • Runtime: 00:03:47
  • Tags: real time, Source, code, develop, developer, development, edit, editor, instant, productivity
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