Version: 2.0 || Release Date: 2012-05-24 || License: Shareware ($99) Developer: Panic | App Owner: kris33

So, we code web sites by hand. And one day, it hit us: our web workflow was wonky. We’d have our text editor open, with Transmit open to save files to the server. We’d be previewing in Safari, running queries in Terminal, using a CSS editor, and reading references on the web. “This could be easier,” we realized. “And much cooler.”

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More information about 1.7 (coming in a few weeks supporting html5) and 2.0:

Best IDE ever.period!

There is also a new Panic Coda Safari Extension:

Coda Notes gives you a full suite of tools to visually communicate web ideas in Safari. Use a pen tool to scribble notes, highlight areas, erase mistakes, tack on sticky notes, even change editable text directly on a web page. Then send it off as a screenshot.

I like the app - but where are my clips stored? Cannot find them anywhere; any help. I would like to access them from other apps as well :-(

One of the best (PHP) Editors for this platform. What I'm missing is a export/import function for my sites. Already asked coda support => currently working on it

Great software - very good interface, useful shortcuts, FTP and SFTP simply works, Browser with Web Inspector, Clips, configurable syntax highlighting that goes beyond most other editors, and so on..

If you develop websites with PHP, maybe this Coda Plugin is for you:

(PHP Syntax validation, HTML/CSS Validator, Tidy for PHP and HTML integrated..)

ahhh, Coda, how I love you.

I have been a registered use since the beginning. The environment works very, very well. The Plugin Editor is fantastic. The Snippets are awesome. Publishing and reverse publishing just works. Managing dozens of Sites is a pleasure.. What else can I say? This is the perfect app for web developers.

Panic have been my #1 favourite Mac developer since their Audion days in Mac OS 9. I'm looking forward to supporting Panic for years to come. :-)

For anyone torn between Coda and Espresso, I'd have to recommend Coda. Espresso promised so much but for me, just didn't live up to my expectations.

I agree with all the Coda feature requests listed but to be honest, I'd be reluctant to stop using CSSEdit for my CSS - it just works and does what it does spectacularly well.

Coda & CSSEdit is a combo that no web developer should be without.

Yep, the latest version with integration SVN-integration just kicks ass! No more Dreamweaver for me.

This now has SVN integration built in!! AMAZING!
Went from sitting idly by in favor of TextMate to using it every day!

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