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Has anyone tried coda on the mac app store?

Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by physicspirate, Jan 23, 2011.

  1. physicspirate

    physicspirate Well-Known Member

    I loaded up the mac app store today and noticed a product called "Coda" here is a link to their site:


    It looks like a bunch of web development tools all in one clean package. The price is pretty big, so I'm curious what other people think, and if anyone has ever tried it before? Take a look, let me know if its worth the cash.
  2. Mattie Num Nums

    Mattie Num Nums Active Member

    I use Coda and Transmit all the time. Great software!
  3. physicspirate

    physicspirate Well-Known Member

    I really want to try it out, $99 though, thats almost a lift ticket at kicking horse resort!
  4. Lucas

    Lucas Well-Known Member

    It's well worth it, used widely on the mac developer scene.
  5. KevinL

    KevinL Member

    Coda is a great piece of software.
  6. Steffi

    Steffi Active Member


    I'm using Coda too (Transmit not yet) and it's absolutely awesome. :D
  7. steven s

    steven s Well-Known Member

    More so than say Golive or Dreamweaver?
  8. holder10

    holder10 Active Member

    Yep, Coda is great! They are working on Coda 2 as well, although that's probably still a bit off.

    If you want to try it out without spending 99$, just get the trial version through the "Download" button in the upper-left. ;)


    PS: If you are interested in this stuff, you might also want to check out Espresso by MacRabbit and compare the two apps.
  9. Lucas

    Lucas Well-Known Member

    I have no clue, I just know a lot of people who use Coda.
  10. Floris

    Floris Guest

    They put this whole macheist package up for $35 few years ago and got most of panic.com software that way.
    mac app store. lol.
  11. Shamil

    Shamil Well-Known Member

    I personally don't use Coda, but use Zend Studio. Coda isn't what I need, but Dreamweaver was.
  12. rollthebones

    rollthebones Active Member

    Dreamweaver is trash.

    I prefer Espresso to Coda. http://macrabbit.com/espresso/
  13. Jeremy

    Jeremy Well-Known Member

    I am a hard core Coda user. :) I know they don't support adding custom definitions for certain things, but I hacked mine so I can do it. :D I use it for absolutely all my coding... excluding: Assembly & Objective-C. Definitely worth the $99!
    Miko likes this.
  14. Quillz

    Quillz Well-Known Member

    Panic is probably my favorite Mac developer. All their software is great. I use Transmit and Unison nearly every day.
    Jeremy likes this.
  15. Darfuria

    Darfuria Active Member

    Coda is indeed fantastic. Especially once you've got a nice colour scheme setup. Mmm, pretty code.
  16. Brett Peters

    Brett Peters Well-Known Member

    I thought you could trial Coda
  17. Miko

    Miko Well-Known Member

    You can trial Coda directly from panic.com.
  18. Miko

    Miko Well-Known Member

    Any chance of sharing it? ;)
  19. Jeremy

    Jeremy Well-Known Member

    It doesn't work for HTML syntax right this second... But let's see if I can get PHP definitions added (it is CUMBERSOME! lol)
  20. Jeremy

    Jeremy Well-Known Member

    Hm... It doesn't seem to want to include my new addition... *sigh* Still working on it tho.

    Edit, I can get a random function (named it arry_potter) and it seems to remove access to auto-completing array_* functions...

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