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10 Best Text Editors for HTML5 Web Design

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A web designer knows the importance that text editors have. The text editors are like your friend when you are in the process of coding. It is always a common notion to ignore text-editors as being important and ever since, text editors have been improved gradually. It is obvious that something that you will look at, the entire time when you code has to be pleasant. For example, having black colored backgrounds does not help much, as fond out through various researches. Also, text-editors are your biggest friends in finding out the bugs in the program when you code it. The web developers have been traditionally banking on the text editors that have been downloadable and presently, all sorts of text editors have been introduced for both online and offline purposes. The online editors constantly keep updating themselves and have extended plug-ins that help in improving the performance further. Ten of the most popularly available HTML5 editors are:


Mercury editor:

Arguably among the most popular HTML5 text editors, such editors have full-fledged features that help in supporting all languages for the web including various forms of HTML syntax and JavaScript APIs. The files can be uploaded using simple drag and drop methods and the editor is extendable on the needs and comes with simple regions of Snippet, Markdown and Images.


Maqetta:

Maqetta is among the open source projects that provide WYSIWYG Visual Authoring for HTML5 interfaces. A Maqetta application can itself be authored in the HTML, and hence runs on the browser. Additional downloads and plug-ins is not required.


Aptana Studio3:

Aptana Studio 3 is another open source tool for HTML5 development. It enables the developer to test web applications by using a single environment.


Aloha:

Aloha is among the rich editor developed in the JavaScript language and works on a browser-based framework. Aloha when embedded within content management system or CMS can work effectively for blogs as well as other frameworks that are used for web development generally.


Rendera:

It is a HTML5 editor available online that renders the real-time preview of the current work and also transforms the current work among frameworks such as CSS. Rendera supports SASS and HAML. Sinatra and CoffeeScript make Rendera an ideal tool for learning HTML5 & CSS3.


BlueGriffon

BlueGriffon is among the new WYSIWYG content-editor that is available online. Powered by the rendering engine in Firefox, this is a robust and modern solution for editing webpages and conforming to the latest standards in WWW.


Raptor editor:

Featured with the WYSIWYG functionality, the Raptor is among the most aesthetic HTML5 editor tools that are available with flexibility and user friendly features for the users. One can talk about the functionality with features that it delivers and how every designer as well as developer benefits from it.


Popline:

Popline is a floating toolbar that when selected, makes things appear on the screen when selected.


WebMatrix3

Developed by Microsoft, WebMatrix3 features great options such as code completion in jQuery Mobile for supporting numerous languages like the ASP.NET, HTML5 and the PHP templates.


Brackets:

Brackets, from the Adobe is another tool that has been launched recently and this open source editor is best suited for HTML5 and CSS designing work.


About Author

Nick Grogan is a blogger and online marketing expert working with a PSD to HTML Conversion company(Markupbox). He also provides consultation on PSD to HTML5 and other CMS and eCommerce integration services.


















A web designer knows the importance that text editors have. The text editors are like your friend when you are in the process of coding. It is always a common notion to ignore text-editors as being important and ever since, text editors have been improved gradually. It is obvious that something that you will look at, the entire time when you code has to be pleasant. For example, having black colored backgrounds does not help much, as fond out through various researches. Also, text-editors are your biggest friends in finding out the bugs in the program when you code it. The web developers have been traditionally banking on the text editors that have been downloadable and presently, all sorts of text editors have been introduced for both online and offline purposes. The online editors constantly keep updating themselves and have extended plug-ins that help in improving the performance further. Ten of the most popularly available HTML5 editors are:

Mercury editor:

Arguably among the most popular HTML5 text editors, such editors have full-fledged features that help in supporting all languages for the web including various forms of HTML syntax and JavaScript APIs. The files can be uploaded using simple drag and drop methods and the editor is extendable on the needs and comes with simple regions of Snippet, Markdown and Images.

Maqetta:

Maqetta is among the open source projects that provide WYSIWYG Visual Authoring for HTML5 interfaces. A Maqetta application can itself be authored in the HTML, and hence runs on the browser. Additional downloads and plug-ins is not required.

Aptana Studio3:

Aptana Studio 3 is another open source tool for HTML5 development. It enables the developer to test web applications by using a single environment.

Aloha:

Aloha is among the rich editor developed in the JavaScript language and works on a browser-based framework. Aloha when embedded within content management system or CMS can work effectively for blogs as well as other frameworks that are used for web development generally.

Rendera:

It is a HTML5 editor available online that renders the real-time preview of the current work and also transforms the current work among frameworks such as CSS. Rendera supports SASS and HAML. Sinatra and CoffeeScript make Rendera an ideal tool for learning HTML5 & CSS3.

BlueGriffon

BlueGriffon is among the new WYSIWYG content-editor that is available online. Powered by the rendering engine in Firefox, this is a robust and modern solution for editing webpages and conforming to the latest standards in WWW.

Raptor editor:

Featured with the WYSIWYG functionality, the Raptor is among the most aesthetic HTML5 editor tools that are available with flexibility and user friendly features for the users. One can talk about the functionality with features that it delivers and how every designer as well as developer benefits from it.

Popline:

Popline is a floating toolbar that when selected, makes things appear on the screen when selected.




WebMatrix3

Developed by Microsoft, WebMatrix3 features great options such as code completion in jQuery Mobile for supporting numerous languages like the ASP.NET, HTML5 and the PHP templates.

Brackets:

Brackets, from the Adobe is another tool that has been launched recently and this open source editor is best suited for HTML5 and CSS designing work.

About Author

Nick Grogan is a blogger and online marketing expert working with a PSD to HTML Conversion company(Markupbox). He also provides consultation on PSD to HTML5 and other CMS and eCommerce integration services.

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