Coda
Coda
2.7.5

4.2

Coda free download for Mac

Coda

2.7.5
05 November 2019

One-window Web development suite.

Overview

Coda is a powerful Web editor that puts everything in one place. An editor. Terminal. CSS. Files. With Coda 2, we went beyond expectations. With loads of new, much-requested features, a few surprises, and a seriously refreshed UI, this update is, truly, major.

Features:
  • Integrated file browser
  • Fully-featured text editor
  • CSS editor
  • Preview
  • Built-in terminal
  • Complete set of references

What's new in Coda

Version 2.7.5:
Fixed:
  • An issue that could prevent key based authentication from working
  • Attempting to install a syntax mode no longer throws an exception
  • Improved installation prompts if syntax modes don’t contain version information
  • Plug-ins that require Growl will load properly again; these plug-ins will be disabled in a future update
  • macOS 10.15: Resolved an exception when SVN doesn’t have access to your local root
  • macOS 10.15: Files modified by external sources are marked for publishing as expected
  • macOS 10.15: Fixed an accessibility related exception
  • Corrected an issue that prevented Copy URL from copying the full remote URL for remote files
  • Resolved a possible issue when renaming a file while the files list reloads
  • Dragging a local file from Transmit to a remote server in Coda no longer moves the local file to a temporary directory

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LuxLogica
10 February 2016

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Coda is a fantastic little product, which seems to get very little love from its developers: years pass without any major revisions, while the developers release a myriad of little iOS apps and even a game... Developers, take note: Coda needs some love it it's to stay competitive. Please integrate some of the features from products such as CodeKit - automatic LESS/SASS compilation, js+css minification and css autoprefixing. How about adding built-in support for Zen Coding/Emmet? Improve support for Markdown - perhaps with built-in code highlighting and auto-compiling/exporting to HTML and pdf. And on the database front, why not support SQLite? - many hosting providers now offer it. Just because Coda is a nice product, doesn't mean its users don't expect - and want - even more...
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Version 2.5.16
fleur2metaline-1
24 September 2019
Version 2.7.4 is out : https://www.panic.com/coda/
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Version 2.7.3
fleur2metaline-1
25 March 2019
Version 2.7 is out : https://www.panic.com/coda/
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Version 2.6.10
1 answer(s)
STL@MacUpdate
STL@MacUpdate
25 March 2019
Hi,
Thank you for letting us know
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MaximMel
26 August 2017
Great app. Seen it before getting my first mac. Love it and was waiting for my mac to install it. For some reason there is no option to save the FTP credentials. Replaces the open source notepad++ which requires some plugins to do the same job. A bit pricy! But about everything on a mac paid.
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Version 2.6.6
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snozdop
snozdop
10 October 2017
There certainly is a way to save FTP credentials. When setting up a site just click the Server tab and enter and save the credentials there.
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Daniel W.
20 July 2017
Using it every day. Love it.
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Version 2.6.6
Moxiesozo
14 May 2017
Version 2.6.5 is out.
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Version 2.6.1
Scott-C-H-
24 January 2017
Coda can be a compelling choice again if they lower the price down to $20 and provide a very strong iOS support. In fact, most coders they are targeting are pretty much set with Atom or Sublime Text, so they might be better off just focusing on being the first to provide a strong Mac-iOS integration and develop a pro-grade IDE for iPad Pro users.
Like (3)
Version 2.6
6 answer(s)
@timi
@timi
05 April 2017
You do realize that the cost of the app goes into feeding the developers too, right? It's not just to chase you away. You want intricate features, but refuse to pay a livable wage for it. I just don't understand what goes through people's minds these days…
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Scott-C-H-
Scott-C-H-
04 September 2017
@timi - Irrelevant. I commented strictly from the market reality standpoint. I think they could sell Coda at $200/license price point if they create a perception of value that's good enough to convince potential buyers that it's worth paying that much. I surely hope that they will be able to do that with their next version, get paid well and survive. Does that mean that wishing something will make the market reality go away? Unfortunately, no.
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Tim27
Tim27
10 October 2017
Umm, Coda isn't targeting users of Atom or Sublime Text. Coda was created before either of those apps were out. Additionally, you realize that Sublime Text is $80 and does FAR less than Coda, right? $20 for a good coding app is far too cheap, especially given that there's an entire company behind Coda. I could see Sublime being $20, because that's the only app that company makes. The reality is that you are floating out there above the market reality.
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Scott-C-H-
Scott-C-H-
27 October 2017
@Tim27
Everything moves fast, and now, the market reality is that so many developers are switching to Visual Studio Code. Again, it is FREE, there is a huge community of FREE extensions, and it is more than enough to satisfy even the most demanding developers. How would you expect Coda to appeal to those developers when they are getting most of what they need for free?

In the meanwhile, PHPStorm is thriving despite its subscription model, because the developer did a good job in positioning it at a price point where developers feel is worthwhile for the features they get out of it. Its yearly price is lower than Coda's and it is far more powerful than Coda. You might say, "You pay once for Coda while PHPStorm makes you pay every year." But the reality is that you pay for Coda's major updates, and you would complain if they make you wait for more than a year. Sorry, you can't have both.

That's why I suggested in my original post that Coda might have a better fighting chance if it releases a pro-grade IDE for iOS that makes web developers go, "Wow, this thing makes iOS viable for serious development!" and sells the Mac version on a strong Mac-iOS integration including robust multi-device test environment that matches Chrome Dev Tools. They have to differentiate themselves that way, or I'm afraid it will continue to be a losing game for them especially if they keep their current price point. None of this is to say free is better. All of it is strictly based on the market reality and how most people think. (People are cheap, harsh, and they aren't going to pay unless they feel it's justified..)
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Tim27
Tim27
27 October 2017
Again Scott, Coda isn't for people that are cheap. Neither is Transmit, their FTP software. There's a TON of free FTP software out there. Moreso than code editors, but Panic is still selling Transmit. Why do you think that is? Because people are dumb? No. Because it's great software and works in a way that those people who like it work. And so if enough people buy it, they will continue to be a prosperous company.

Just because other companies make something for free doesn't mean someone else should. Or even lower their price. I have never used Visual Studio Code and never will. Why not? Because I have a workflow based on something I already use (which is not Coda, but also not free).

Do you think that Adobe is going to lower the cost of Creative Cloud (or even just Photoshop) because GIMP is free? Or because Affinity Photo is only $50?
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Scott-C-H-
Scott-C-H-
28 October 2017
<quote>
Again, Scott, Coda isn't for people that are cheap. Neither is Transmit, their FTP software. There's a TON of free FTP software out there. Moreso than code editors, but Panic is still selling Transmit. Why do you think that is? Because people are dumb? No. Because it's great software and works in a way that those people who like it work. And so if enough people buy it, they will continue to be a prosperous company.
</quote>

You are right, and I wholeheartedly agree. My point wasn't about that, though. There may be, say, 10,000 developers who would purchase Coda for their development needs. But then, considering the current sentiment regarding software pricing and business model, it's not that hard to see that there are probably 10x more numbers of developers who won't buy Coda for the price/value reason. And it is very much debatable whether the existing 10,000 users will stick to Coda if it stays where it is now with all the viable alternatives that might be "not quite as good, but good enough to take it for cheap" solutions. And that can hurt.

<quote>
Just because other companies make something for free doesn't mean someone else should. Or even lower their price. I have never used Visual Studio Code and never will. Why not? Because I have a workflow based on something I already use (which is not Coda, but also not free).
</quote>

I never said Panic "should" charge less. I only stated that it "might help" if they do things a little differently.

Just because *you* are using Coda and it works well for you doesn't mean everyone else will. It works well for you how? It's worth going for Coda at $99 instead of PHPStorm for $89 or VSC for free, why? Will others think the same way and pay up?

<quote>
Do you think that Adobe is going to lower the cost of Creative Cloud (or even just Photoshop) because GIMP is free? Or because Affinity Photo is only $50?
</quote>

Absolutely not. Adobe should charge whatever they feel like charging and so should Panic. Chipotle can charge $100 for a small size burrito if they want to. Whether they are going to sell more is a whole separate issue, and no amount of "You are so dumb cheap!!! You should pay for software!!!" "I don't care what everyone else thinks, I see a huge value in this!!" reactionary fanboi shoutout will likely help to convince the market in which even developers are now so used to paying little to nothing for a piece of software.
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LuxLogica
10 February 2016
Coda is a fantastic little product, which seems to get very little love from its developers: years pass without any major revisions, while the developers release a myriad of little iOS apps and even a game... Developers, take note: Coda needs some love it it's to stay competitive. Please integrate some of the features from products such as CodeKit - automatic LESS/SASS compilation, js+css minification and css autoprefixing. How about adding built-in support for Zen Coding/Emmet? Improve support for Markdown - perhaps with built-in code highlighting and auto-compiling/exporting to HTML and pdf. And on the database front, why not support SQLite? - many hosting providers now offer it. Just because Coda is a nice product, doesn't mean its users don't expect - and want - even more...
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Version 2.5.16
1 answer(s)
Pedro-Fardilha
Pedro-Fardilha
10 February 2017
Exactly what He said. ;)
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Web-Jive
27 January 2016
We use CODA daily here but, the development group behind CODA refuses to make so that CODA can become the default FTP handler which would improve development workflow. I am pretty sure they're not going to do it because their afraid it would canabalize their Transit FTP product. Sad..
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Version 2.5.16
mariocode
27 July 2015
Very nice and easy to use actually the name for http://www.codaphilly.com/ interestingly enough
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Version 2.5.11
Juan-Gabriel
17 June 2015
nice and useful
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Version 2.5.10
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  • macOS 10.13.0 or later
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