Cloudswave Score for Coda
Rating based on 4 Critic Reviews
Carlos Melegrito , on TheIndustry.cc
I find Coda 2 much more of a joy to use than any other web editor now. Its sophistication mixed with simplicity, and its design mixed with complexity appeals to me, as it makes the work I create feel much more like it is, in contrast to lightweight apps and the rest.
Shawn Blanc, on Shawn Blanc
My initial impression of Diet Coda is that it is the Tweetie 2 of iPad text-editing apps. As many people have proclaimed, Tweetie 2 was not just one of the best Twitter apps for iPhone, it was also one of the best apps for the iPhone, period. Although Diet Coda is still brand-new, it strikes me being a best-in-class code-editing app as well as a great iPad app. To say I’m impressed and pleased with Coda 2 would be an understatement.
Jeffrey Way, on Net Tuts Plus
There's this part of me that wants to use Coda. It's beautiful and feels modern. But, then again, the simple fact is that I'm far more efficient in Sublime Text 2. After years of waiting, I was hoping for more. Bells and whistles are great, but, when you get down to it, there's nothing overly innovative here.
TJ Draper, on AppStorm
Upon opening Coda 2 for the first time I was pleased to see that, though obviously different, there was something fairly familiar, if slicker looking. The sites that I currently had set up in Coda 1 were all right there, waiting for me and ready to go. One really nice touch though, and one I have personally wanted for years, was the ability to organize sites into groups. I immediately did a preliminary organization. It works very simply and is quite discoverable.
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