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Top 5 HTML5 Editors for Web Developers

Currently, HTML5 editors are available in two variations: browser based and standalone applications. Browser-based applications are compatible with all popular browsers and are typically only available if you are online. Standalone applications on the other hand, do not require an internet connection and can be installed on any computer. However, standalone applications are designed for specific operating systems, that is, some are created for Windows, others for Mac.

1. Aloha Web Editor: HTML5 WYSIWYG Editor

Aloha Editor is most advanced browser HTML5 based WYSIWYG editor giving its users a distinctive and new experience. Aloha Editor is designed to make editing process faster. It makes the work 25% faster by reducing the few time consuming steps such as typing and formatting. Aloha Editor is ready to use when website is loaded, even if users need 20 or 100 inputs areas Aloha Editor only loaded once. Aloha Editor doesn’t need iframes thus the result in saving up 80 percent of loading time compare to other editors. Aloha Editor allows users to edit content such as accordions, sliders, tickers, captions or descriptions of images in slideshows. Aloha Editor is the world’s first full featured editor that allows users to edit the dynamic content live and in place.

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Aloha Web Editor

2. Maqetta: Open Source Project & HTML5 Builder

Maqetta is another browser-based HTML5 editor - but don't fall for the false perception that "browser-based" means inadequate. Maqetta, as well as other browser-based tools, are becoming more capable, more useful and easier-to-use on multiple devices and browsers. Most such tools are also free (and open source, since they are largely written in HTML and JavaScript), so you're getting much more than you're paying for.

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Maqetta HTML5 Editor

Maqetta is a full-featured WYSIWYG editor. Developers can create a web page, initially drawing it out, dragging-and-dropping elements onto the page, editing the page using a design mode or source code view. A wireframing feature enables designers of user interfaces to "draw" a UI before they even get to coding it. A theme editor allows the customization of the style of many different types of widgets, and it includes full support for CSS styling. If you haven't tried Maqetta, it's worth spending some time playing around with it to see its potential.

3. Mercury : HTML5 Powered WYSIWYG Editor

Mercury is a fully featured editor mostly containing the same features as TinyMCE or CKEditor, but includes different features for better experience. Instead of iframes it uses the HTML5 content editable features on block system and it also displays a single toolbar for every region on the page. Mercury is written in CoffeeScript and jQuery for the JavaScript portions and it is written on top of Rails3.1.

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Mercury HTML5 Editor

Mercury supports all modern browsers, doesn’t support legacy browsers or browsers that don’t follow the W3C specifications for content editing, Mercury supports Chrom10+, Safari5+, Firefox4+. Mercury has a lot of features, a few of them are that they display the preview of current work, users can insert and edit the links, including TOC/Bookmark links, supports insert and image editing along with YouTube videos and vimeo videos, allows users to define snippets and many more.

4. Aptana Studio 3

Aptana Studio 3 is a traditional downloadable application - a program designed for web development, and it’s actually more geared to that end than the other editors on our list. While the other HTML5 editors here are more tuned towards the needs of designers and content editing, Aptana Studio 3 is actually more for web developers: it has support for many web technologies like Ruby and Python, and you’ll spend more time in the source code part of Aptana than you will in the source code part of the designer-based tools.

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Aptana Studio 3

5. Adobe Dreamweaver CS5

Adobe Dreamweaver CS5 is well known in the industry, and its initial reputation as a code mangler has improved drastically over the last few years. The most recent release, Dreamweaver CS5, came along with announcement from Adobe that Dreamweaver CS5 now supports HTML5. We've covered the Creative Suite of products for many years on HTMLGoodies, most recently in an overview article that discusses the various CS5 product suites and subscription plans, a review of Dreamweaver itself, and a tutorial on how to create CSS Menus using CSS Tab Designer along with Dreamweaver.

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Dreamweaver CS5

Dreamweaver is a full-featured editor, providing WYSIWYG functionality, a multiscreen preview panel, integration with jQuery Mobile and Adobe BrowserLab, along with support for native Android and iOS apps (when using PhoneGap), CSS3 and of course HTML5. Dreamweaver is not a cheap product, but if you are a professional web developer, it can be a useful and versatile tool in your toolbox--well worth the purchase price.

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