ZeroBrane Studio

ZeroBrane Studio 2.01

Installer | ZeroBraneStudioEduPack-2.00-win32.exe | 8.3 MB | VirusTotal Scan report
Zip Archive | | 7.94 MB | VirusTotal Scan report
ZeroBraneStudioEduPack-2.01-macos.dmg | 8.49 MB | VirusTotal Scan report
Linux | 15.93 MB | VirusTotal Scan report
Data di rilascioNovember 5, 2023
EditoreZeroBrane -
Descrizione dell'editore

ZeroBrane Studio is a lightweight Lua IDE with code completion, syntax highlighting, live coding, code analyzer, and debugging support for Lua 5.1, Lua 5.2, Lua 5.3, Lua 5.4, LuaJIT, and other Lua engines.

It is feature-rich and extensible for experienced developers, yet simple and instantly usable for beginners. Unlike Eclipse and IntelliJ, it has a small footprint and is fully customizable with Lua. Unlike TextMate and Sublime Text, it includes a remote debugger and a full IDE feature set. Unlike Decoda, it runs on Windows, macOS, and Linux and supports various Lua versions with on-device debugging.

ZeroBrane Studio also provides several unique features: live coding for immediate feedback, Markdown formatting in comments for providing instructions with minimal context switching, and integrated interactive materials for those learning Lua or getting familiar with programming.

Feature highlights

  • Small, portable, open-source, and cross-platform (Windows, macOS, and Linux);
  • Auto-completion for functions, keywords, and custom APIs;
  • Syntax highlighting and folding for 110+ languages and file formats;
  • Project view with auto-refresh and ability to hide files and directories from the list;
  • Interactive console to test Lua code snippets with local and remote execution;
  • Integrated debugger with support for local and remote debugging, including cross-platform and on-device debugging;
  • Live coding with Lua, LÖVE, Gideros, Moai, Corona, GSL-Shell and other Lua engines;
  • Multi-language support with translations to French, Spanish, Russian, German, Chinese, Esperanto, Italian, Bulgarian, and Brazilian Portuguese languages and documentation to add your own;
  • 50+ extension packages in the package repository;
  • Fuzzy search for files, symbols, and library functions, function outline, and more.