The text editor for web page design reaches a new stable echelon. The 2.2.7, and with it, the correction of some errors that were escaped in version 2.2.6. If you still don't know what it's about Bluefish, this post is also for you.
Bluefish is one of the best options for programmers and web designers, both beginners and experienced, for the development of dynamic pages and websites, scripts and programming codes in general. Certainly Bluefish is commonly known as HTML editor, but its capacity goes much further. Bluefish is free, under the license LPG, and is available for platforms Linux, Solaris, OS X, y Windows
- Light and Fast, allowing thousands of files to be loaded in a few seconds
- Interface for multiple projects, capable of handling more than 500 files simultaneously.
- Support for remote files, through gnome-vfs, FTP, SFTP and protocols HTTP, for viewing and modifying remote files with the same convenience as local files.
In February 2015, BlueFish released its latest stable version 2.2.7. Similar to its previous 2.2.6, this is a version made largely for the correction of bugs in the program, although we will also find the odd novelty for 2.2.7.
- Autocomplete enhancement for HTML
- Added new tags (tags) for HTML5, in addition to defining it as the default language for php, cml and other languages that include HTML.
- Improved display of errors / warnings.
On the official portal of BlueFishIt shows how you can install the most recent version of this program, in addition to all the documentation for each of the versions released to date.