Soportes de 1.11 Released! How to Install it in Ubuntu via PPA

brackets code editor

Adobe Brackets, a modern open-source code editor for the web, ha llegado el 1.11 Comunicado de hace un día. Aquí es cómo instalarlo en Ubuntu 14.04, Ubuntu 16.04, Ubuntu 17.04, y derivados.

What’s New in Brackets 1.11:

  • Brackets now supports ECMAScript 2015. Quick-type listing now shows classes, métodos, arrow functions, generator functions and much more. Brackets also supports linting of ECMAScript 2015 Código, with ESLint defaulting as Javascript linter, así.
  • Brackets now offers full support for the Linux platform.
  • Fix a few minor issues found by lgtm.
  • Fix extension registry link in
  • Fix CTRL+Space handling while the CodeHintList is open
  • Fix wrong function call in ProjectManager.js
  • Double click 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
  • Ver la Nota de lanzamiento para más información.

How to Install Brackets 1.11 en Ubuntu:

Adobe offers the official .deb packages in the github release page.

For those who want to receive updates though Software Updater, Usted puede utilizar el Webupd8Team PPA which provides Brackets packages for Ubuntu 14.04, Ubuntu 16.04, Ubuntu 17.04, y derivados.

1. Abrir terminal mediante Ctrl + Alt + T o desde el lanzador de la aplicación. Ejecute el comando para añadir el PPA:

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:webupd8team/brackets

Introducir su contraseña (sin retroalimentación visual mientras se escribe) cuando se le pide y pulsa intro.

2. Then you’re able to upgrade the code editor via Software Updater utility:

or install it for the first time via commands:

sudo apt-get update

sudo apt-get install brackets


Para eliminar el repositorio PPA, Inicie el Software de & Updates utility and navigate to Other Software tab.

To remove Brackets code editor, either use system package manager or run command:

sudo apt-get remove --autoremove brackets