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aaranmcguire says

Hey,

This post is mainly for Codecanyon and Themeforrest users/Authors.

The new coda has just been announced, http://panic.com/coda/

Just wondering what people think? Was it what you expected? What was you wanting thats not there in the features list?

EDIT : Heres some more info http://cl.ly/GmTV/o (but in image form as the original site is receiving high demand but gotten from http://teamsoell.com/andy/coda2/

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purethemes says

Coda is the only reason I would switch to Mac, so I’m not even looking at this :D

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aaranmcguire says

Coda is the only reason I would switch to Mac, so I’m not even looking at this :D

What are you using currently as a editor? Im Sublime Text 2 … so not sure about going to coda but hopefully theres a trial i can use to see if its worth it, I like the built in FTP that its always had but I also like clean and simple things.

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simonswiss says

Wooo that looks awesome!

I really like the presented additions! Although the voice of the dude is kinda creepy..

A great product just got much greater!

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simonswiss says

Lately i started to use Sublime Text 2 (after the recommendation of Jeffrey Way) even if i had Coda. For some reason i didn’t feel Coda was best suited, it was a bit slower and less eye candy than sublime text.

This version 2 will probably make me get back to the coda side.. is it a free upgrade from Coda 1?

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Ivor Reviewer says

Coda is the only reason I would switch to Mac, so I’m not even looking at this :D

I used to say the same thing but once I switched to Mac and downloaded TextMate I never looked back.

Coda 2 looks good for sure but I don’t like all those bloated editors, all I want is to write code.

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purethemes says


Coda is the only reason I would switch to Mac, so I’m not even looking at this :D
What are you using currently as a editor? Im Sublime Text 2 … so not sure about going to coda but hopefully theres a trial i can use to see if its worth it, I like the built in FTP that its always had but I also like clean and simple things.
I’m using netbeans, I’ve got used to it, I’ve had short affair with Sublime Text 2 and it was awesome, but ended quickly when I’ve found out that auto-formating is not even close to what netbeans offer. When they will improve it I’ll give them all my money.
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aaranmcguire says

Coda 2 looks good for sure but I don’t like all those bloated editors, all I want is to write code.

So true. You should try Sublime Text 2 I use to use Textmate but now its lame haha. (oh and Textmate 2 is coming out soon too as well, its in beta I think)

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navigator says

Coda is the only reason I would switch to Mac, so I’m not even looking at this :D

:D

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kimonoThemes says

I’m waiting for it! And Diet Coda looks great for the iPad!

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