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Kineticwing IDE – Lightweight And Cross Platform IDE

07.15.2013
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Kineticwing IDE is a simple, lightweight and portable IDE for quickly developing websites without installation.

The Kineticwing is a cross platform IDE and can run on Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux.

Kineticwing is a free and includes features like support for

  • Sass or Less (with built-in compiler)
  • HTML5
  • CSS3
  • CoffeeScript

Another interesting feature of Kineticwing IDE is the ability to extend it with JavaScript plugins.

Kineticwing IDE - Lightweight and Cross platform IDE

Some of the other features of Kineticwing IDE includes

  • Support for Server side languages like PHP, Python etc.
  • Desktop side languages like – QSS support – Qt internal style sheet
  • PHP Editor with Basic PHP support
  • QSS Editor with QSS (Qt Style sheet) syntax support
  • Customize the IDE look and feel with themes

The Kineticwing IDE is currently in the beta stage and is a free for download from Kineticwing IDE webpage

Published at DZone with permission of Senthil Kumar, author and DZone MVB. (source)

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