WebPadGenuitec is cooking up something new for web development! We've been hard at work creating some web productivity tools to improve your web development experience. Enter WebPad - a suite of extensions for Brackets, the lightweight modern editor for front-end web design. 

We want to make web development easier and more productive for web developers, designers and teams. Our first entry into our suite of extensions for Brackets is called Team Extensions by WebPad. This extension is in keeping with our goal of helping teams be more productive - and it's Free!

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Manage Project Extensions for Your Team

When working on a web project, you want team members to be using the same Brackets extensions for consistency. To make that setup simple, install extensions in Brackets that are useful for your current project. Then, you can share those extensions with your team by tracking them in Team Extensions by WebPad.

WebPad Team Extensions for Brackets - track project extensions

Team members receive a status bar notification when a new extension is specified as a team tracked extension. Then, they simply open the Team tab in the Brackets Extension Manager to install the extension.

WebPad Team Extensions for Brackets - install project extensions

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Posted on Apr 16th 2015