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CodeKit 2.4

2015-08-20   Developer Tools Editor

Name CodeKit 2.4
Size 50.44 MB
Created on 2015-08-12 05:00:38
Hash 1cf853dbe324c8d2f1b1bae45e5e6552f8320353
Files CodeKit 2.4/CodeKit 2.x [SP].zip (1.22 MB)
CodeKit 2.4/ (49.22 MB)

Descriptions for Description

Name: CodeKit
Version: 2.4 (19051)
Mac Platform: Intel
Includes: K

OS version: OS X 10.8 or later
Processor type(s) & speed: 64-bit processor

Block connections to:

Yosemite Compatible Patcher

Courtesy of Special [K]

Version 2.4 (19051) - August 10, 2015
A nice little maintenance update for the dog days of summer.

Variables in Kit files can now be set to nil: 
When nil, a variable is essentially a no-op; nothing is put in its place in the final HTML output.
It's still an error to have undefined variables; they must be something or nil.
This makes it easy to do stuff like active classes on nav menu items, etc.


Doug Crockford recently overhauled JSLint to be less Donald Trump-ish. Most of the old options are gone and only a few remain. This release includes the new JSLint and you might actually like it because it will no longer find 4,567 errors in a 25-line file.

Component Updates:

Libsass --> 3.2.5
Sass --> 3.2.16
Less --> 2.5.1
Stylus --> 0.52.0
CoffeeScript --> 1.9.3
Slim --> 3.0.6
Windows --> 10
Jade --> 1.11.0
TypeScript --> 1.5.3
Uglify --> 2.4.24
Autoprefixer --> 5.2
Node --> 12.7

And finally, I'll just add this: it's going to be a crazy fall.

Full Release Notes:

More Info:

CodeKit helps you build websites faster and better. Its flagship features are listed below and the one-minute teaser video to the right is a good place to start.

Compile Everything:
Process Less, Sass, Stylus, Jade, Haml, CoffeeScript, Javascript and Compass files automatically each time you save. Easily set options for each language.

Live Browser Reloads:
Instantly see changes in your browser, with animation and without hitting the refresh button or installing plugins. Great for tweaking layouts!

Combine & Minify:
Reduce load times by mashing Javascript & CoffeeScript files together and then minifying with Uglify.js. It's so easy, you'll giggle like a schoolgirl. Seriously.

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