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Coda is a very powerful text editor, this is because in one part it comes from the creators of Transmit, the best client FTP for MacOs, on the other hand, it has included almost all the functionalities we want in an editor. It includes almost all the basic functions of Transmit. It allows you to import the configuration from itself, and you can make with Coda all the operations that you used to make in Transmit, beside of configure the access by SSH. Coda includes a previsualization of the website that we are developing, having the chance os select the navigator we want to use between those installed on our Mac, so you can see how it's going the progress.The pages editor is by far the best one I’ve seen so far, way much better in comparison with Dreamweaver. It can be a great tool for those who are submerged in the Web designing world, especially for those who are still learning the business. The text editor is just great, it’s very accurate in comparison other options like Textmate or Smultron, although it has a little limited auto-complete tool, which is limited to the programming language we are working with. The news for the Mac version are the updates in the CSS editor, which can be integrated with HTML, it has a new editor for MySQL, a better management of text extras with associated code words, smart auto-complete, Git integration and much more. But the most important update it’s the Air Preview, it’s a tool that sends previsualizations of our work to an iPad.In a short way, it’s a very great editor with a little high price, and a iOS application that can be very promising and complete complement, it can be very easy for beginners and adaptable for any need, according with the standards you looking for.
Tuesday 10 March 2015
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Monday 18 June 2012
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.More about Coda
Monday 13 October 2014
Pingdom is aimed at people who run their own website and are looking for a way to monitor its uptime. It’s important that your site is available for as often as possible. This tool can alert you whenever your site is unavailable and if there is an error then it will be able to send you an alert to let you know what’s going on. If it’s something that you can fix yourself then you will have the head start to fix it.More about Pingdom
Thursday 24 May 2012
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.More about Coda
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