If you are looking for Bluefish, you have come to the right place. We explain what Bluefish is and point you to the official download.
What is Bluefish?
Bluefish is editing software intended to be sued by web developers and programmers. This is particular software used to write programming codes, websites and scripts. It is supported by different programming languages.
Bluefish is also a multi-platform application that is compatible with OS like MacOS-X, OpenBSD, Linux, and Windows. It does not consume much storage space although it is a GUI editor. It can work normally with multiple document interface opened and used simultaneously even with a netbook.
Bluefish can initiate multi-threaded support for remote files using SFTP, HTTP, HTTPS, CIFS and WebDAV. External programs can also be integrated using Bluefish. Programs such as java, web lint, and tidy can detect errors and also a handle advanced-level processing of text.
This editing platform also includes a snippets sidebar to customize the speed according to the preference of the user. It is also equipped with a support that customized programming languages to be utilized for code blocking, reference information, and highlighting of the start and end markers. Changes or modification made on files are automatically recovered after a forced shutdown or even a crash.
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File types supported by Bluefish
Our users primarily use Bluefish to open these file types:
About file types supported by Bluefish
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Last updated: : June 28, 2013