0 and BBEdit
, two HTML editors for the Mac; MacWeb, a Mac Web browser; AppleScript and Userland's Frontier program, for creating CGIs between WebSTAR and external applications, plus demo AppleScripts; a free evaluation copy of StarNine's ListSTAR program, for integrating Internet mail and creating Listserver mailing lists and autoresponse mail services; Adobe Acrobat Reader and samples; WebMaster Macintosh, a "definitive reference" for Mac Web site developers; and more.
An improved FTP/SFTP browser is now more discoverable, and in BBEdit
Most recently, BBEdit
8 introduced over one hundred new features and improvements, including a new Documents Drawer and Navigation Bar interface, new Text Factories for intra-application text processing automation, numerous enhancements to the product's signature HTML markup tools, improved Unicode support, integrated support for Perforce and Subversion, and much more.
offers professionals even more power, from advanced HTML and CSS tools to seamless integration with version control systems, Text Factory, Glossaries and much more.
Text Factories allow the BBEdit
customer to create a list of individual text-processing operations, and apply them in order and with corresponding options, over a designated document, or set of documents and folders.
The new TextWrangler academic pricing compliments the academic pricing for BBEdit
at US$119 and Mailsmith at US$79.
The new Preview in BBEdit
feature allows customers to view a rendering of their HTML code under construction, in a window which automatically updates as the code is changed.
Mailsmith also incorporates the same text editing and transformation power found in BBEdit
and TextWrangler, and is the only email client on the Mac market with unlimited filter terms and actions, unlimited search terms, pervasive AppleScript support and more.
in celebration of its 10th Anniversary, today announced a limited edition BBEdit
Anthology and 10th Anniversary T-shirt.
Note to Editors: TextWrangler, BBEdit
, and the Bare Bones Software logo are trademarks of, and "It doesn't suck" is a registered trademark of Bare Bones Software, Inc.
Third party offerings -- including Lasso 5 Glossary for BBEdit
from Kuwago Web Services and LDML 5 Plug-in for BBEdit
0 for the Macintosh Best Development Software BBEdit