April 23, 2020
Score 10 out of 10
Overall Satisfaction with Brackets
I currently use Brackets as a way to edit XML files. We have a client that submits XML files to our production team. Brackets is a simple program that allows you to edit the code. I'm not a coder but this program is easy enough to use and to get the job done. Currently, I am the only one using the software.
- Brackets has allowed me to quickly make small edits to XML content without having to go back to the client.
- Having a simple interface to use allows quick edits to save time.
Unfortunately, I haven't used any other code editor and never did any research to find other solutions. I originally discovered the software when taking a class through Udemy and Brackets is what was suggested by the person teaching the course. Since then I've used it from the business side to edit clients XML content.
Brackets has a very extensive support site. Everything is organized nicely for easy navigation. If you can't find an answer you can easily file an issue with them and they will be quick to respond. What's cool is you can also message them on Slack, if you request an invite first. Slack is a very popular program right now so it's great having that integration.
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Brackets is a simple to use code editor. I use it for basic HTML and XML document editing. I can't say that there's any scenario where Brackets is an inappropriate program. Maybe for coders that are coding all day long, but from what I can tell Brackets can handle any and all coding efforts.