Atomic vs Brackets: What are the differences?
Atomic: The fastest way to design beautiful interactions. Pull in designs from Photoshop or Sketch, instantly animate between them, and share your prototypes with anyone or view on any device via URL; Brackets: A modern, open source text editor that understands web design. With focused visual tools and preprocessor support, Brackets is a modern text editor that makes it easy to design in the browser. Try Creative Cloud Extract (preview) for Brackets for an easy way to get clean, minimal CSS straight from a PSD with no generated code.
Atomic belongs to "Interactive Mockups" category of the tech stack, while Brackets can be primarily classified under "Text Editor".
Some of the features offered by Atomic are:
- Work your way up from a blank canvas, or pull in designs from Photoshop or Sketch.
- Lay out your states and instantly animate between them, without coding a thing.
- Share your prototypes with anyone or view on any device via a humble URL.
On the other hand, Brackets provides the following key features:
- Code Hints from a PSD
- Inline Editors
- Live Preview
Brackets is an open source tool with 29.9K GitHub stars and 6.42K GitHub forks. Here's a link to Brackets's open source repository on GitHub.
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Hands down the perfect prototyping tool for me. It's simple yet powerful and also pretty intuitive. Most things that are mising shouldn't be part of a prototype anyway. This thing is genious.
Rapid small editions on code and markdown texts. Greate for simple projects with not so many files.