The HTML Editor Alpha now available for Windows 10 PC and Mobile

The HTML Editor has been released for Windows 10 PC and Mobile, currently in alpha stage. The app allows you to write HTML, CSS, PHP and JavaScript code with assistive tools to help you write faster.

If you have ever thought about making small tweaks to code on-the-go, now you can. You are able to open existing files or create new files, as well as load them from or save them to OneDrive - meaning you will be able to access the code you write from any device supported by the service.

The editor comes with numerous features:

  • Syntax highlighting for HTML, CSS and JavaScript
  • 'The HTML Render' - which will show you a rendered version of your HTML, CSS and JavaScript
  • Set viewport size
  • Real-time selecting of CSS and JavaScript files
  • Auto-completion: advanced completion for PC, basic completion for Mobile

At the moment the app is in alpha stage, and as such, you should expect bugs. In our own testing we noticed a couple crashes and several buttons don't currently work, however it works fine for creating and editing files.

You can see screenshots of the app below or download the app by heading over to the Windows Store here.

Source: MSPowerUser

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