What is .KIT file?
File created by CodeKit, a HTML based programming language application; contains HTML with special comments to add imports and variables; compiled by CodeKit into a .HTML file.
To create a KIT file, simply rename your HTML file to the KIT extension, add it to your project and them add your project to CodeKit.
You can import any type of file into a KIT file using @include or @import. When you save the KIT file, the special comment will be replaced by the text of the file being imported.
You can also implement string variables in a KIT file. Once the KIT file is compiled, the special comments will be replaced with the value of the variables.
Recommended Software Programs to open .KIT file
Apple Mac OS X:
- Adobe Edge Code CC