There are 3 file types use the .KIT file extension:
1. CodeKit 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.
Updated: February 10, 2014
2. 2020 Design Live File
A KIT file is a project created by 20-20 Technologies 2020 Design Live, a CAD program that helps users design and sell kitchens and bathrooms. It contains all CAD project design specifications to render a kitchen or bathroom. KIT files can be imported into an existing 20-20 Design Live project.
If you use 2020 Design Live for designing a new or remodeled kitchen or bathroom you most likely have encountered a KIT file since it is the default file type for saving projects. To create a KIT file with 2020 Design Live, select, create your design, then select or or click the floppy disk icon in the toolbar.
To open a KIT file with 2020 Design Live, selector click the opened folder icon in the toolbar. Since KIT files can only be opened with 2020 Design Live it may be helpful to save the design as an image to share it with non-2020 Design Live users. To save a KIT design as an image, select .
NOTE: 2020 Design leverages large catalogs of kitchen and bathroom designs from manufacturers. It is useful for selling new kitchens and bathrooms as well as remodeling existing ones.
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Updated: August 13, 2020
3. Battery Drum Kit File
Drum kit file used by Battery, a program that creates drum sound samples; contains audio sound samples for a particular drum kit version, including snare drum, bass drum, toms, hi-hats, and cymbals; can support sound samples from both electronic and acoustic drums.
KIT files have been replaced by newer versions of kit files, including .KT3 files.
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Updated: August 5, 2009