April 23rd, 2007

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James and I were both lucky enough to be part of the beta test of Panic software‘s new Mac web-authoring application Coda, which was released today.

And I for one am sold, sold, sold1. Basically you have everything you need for building sites — FTP client, fully-featured text editor, CSS editor, terminal, browser and reference — all in one window. As far as features go, I particularly love the auto highlighting of illegal characters in the html editor, and I know people are going to love the collaborative editing they’ve incorporated from SubEthaEdit, but actually, the whole application is really slick.

Lovin’ it Panic, and looking forward to watching Coda develop!

  1. Of course, the only thing that remains is to convince work to get me a Mac… 

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