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Preview in Browsers and Devices and Share with Others
Show: Adobe Edge Reflow
Learn how to use Reflow to preview your design with its web-based design surface or with your Chrome or Safari browser. Take it a step further by getting a live preview of your design directly on a device using Edge Inspect. Explore the files that are created so you can share them with others or take the code to be developed further in another code editor.
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
Brackets: An Open Source Code Editor for the Web
Getting Started with Brackets
Show: ADC Presents
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.
How the com.bigspaceship ActionScript Package Brings Designers and Developers Closer
Show: MAX 2010 Develop
Over ten years of creating award-winning digital experiences, the Big Spaceship team has created a library of ActionScript classes, which were released to the public earlier this year. In this session, hear from Big Spaceship's Joshua Hirsch as he explains how many of these classes are used, showing detailed examples. Part of the package was designed to streamline the workflow between designers working in Adobe Flash Professional and developers working with code editors. There will be code on the screen for some of the session, but anyone who works on multidisciplinary teams will get something out of the presentation.