Coda
Coda 2.0.13
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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
Version 2.0.13:
  • Fixed an error that could occur if Coda was launched by opening a file in Finder
Requirements
Intel, OS X 10.6.6 or later





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Coda User Discussion (Write a Review)
ver. 2.x:
(60)
Your rating: Now say why...
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Leon van Schie reviewed on 11 Dec 2013
It's getting worse with each new release. Crashes, spinning beach balls, strange errors and it's now at a point that I can no longer work with it. Panic support does not respond to my questions. I'm done with it, off to the trashcan.
[Version 2.0.12]

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Leon van Schie replied on 14 Dec 2013
I've found out that by deleting (or moving the directory to another place and reboot) the ""/Users/yourusername/Library/Application Support/Coda 2" directory, Coda 2 becomes stable again. I hope this helps those who are tormented with an unstable Coda 2!

PS replace the 'yourusername' with your short user name.
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cksum replied on 25 Jan 2014
Coda 2 was the only app that has ever given my a kernel panic. That's actually both impressive and quite sad. I'm sad to hear that it hasn't improved. I bought it sight unseen and have actually reverted back to Coda 1, which as slow as it is, has never crashed or given a single problem.

I tried version 2 a few months ago and within minutes, it crashed. I own everything Panic has ever made, but man, I just don't know what happened to them. They have always been very spirited, but then again, they have always produced truly wonderful software. Now their attitude seems more like "crazy" than it does "genius." I really don't know what else to say. This is just such a massive disappointed.
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+16
unGraphic commented on 03 Dec 2013
Awesome application, everything is perfect except for one missing thing:

At least *some* WYSIWYG capability. I send out a lot of newsletters at work and would like to use Coda over Dreamweaver, but since I use a template, I would have to search for every line of code for the correct placement. Would be nice if in a preview window any highlighted text there would also highlight the code in the code window.
[Version 2.0.12]


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+10

Eric Caldwell reviewed on 03 Dec 2013
Solid development environment for PHP/Web programming and great FTP features.
[Version 2.0.12]


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+182

Bumbleb reviewed on 22 Nov 2013
Coda 2 is nice. I like the "integratedness" of it;)

But if Panic would please please please make Coda 2 remember Preview URLs for websites! I often have reference websites open in Preview tabs, so I don't have to switch between Coda and my browser.

It would be nice if Coda 2 remembered these Preview URLs between sessions, so I could use each Site as a workspace, ready to go the next time I start up Coda 2.

Espresso does it. Coda 1 did it nicely, so Coda 2 should too.
[Version 2.0.12]


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+45
Philipwheelock commented on 31 Oct 2013
Coda 2.0.12.zip fails to decompress on my computer. YMMV.
[Version 2.0.12]


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+67
Big-Mac-XXL commented on 09 Oct 2013
I'm still working with an very old wysiwyg web development program which I'm ashamed to name here. I tried to like Coda since version 1, but it fails me every time. I looks nice, modern, has a nice set of tools. But there are two things I miss. That is a split-window view that shows me immediately the result in my web page when I change the code. I don't like to switch every time between two views. But the most annoying is that Coda 2 forgets all my open html pages after a restart and I can't immediately continue my work. It opens a useless small and grey page offering me to start a "site", but this site can only be on-line, not only a bunch of html files on my hard-drive which I want to manually change. Coda might be a good choice for people who change their files directly on a server. But for us old-schoolers, who work on the Mac and upload later, Coda still fails.
[Version 2.0.11]

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Macambulance replied on 30 Oct 2013
If you start a new site, you just specify the local folder where your html files are kept then click Save. Just because the hostname details boxes are there, doesn't mean you have to fill them in ;)
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Macambulance replied on 30 Oct 2013
Also you can split the document into a code & a preview pane, just click on the + button top right of the editing window then select preview
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Big-Mac-XXL replied on 31 Oct 2013
Thanks for the hints! :)
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+18

Schubert reviewed on 13 Sep 2013
For anyone who enjoys the art of coding, this is the best program I have ever used. I've owned Dreamweaver since the beginning. I owned FrontPage way back in the 20th century (actually before Microsoft bought it from Vermeer). I have owned and/or tested just about every WYSIWYG and non-wysiwyg program for PC and MAC created. Coda is the answer you are looking for... it has the best of the rest wrapped into one.
[Version 2.0.11]


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+6

Jason818 reviewed on 06 Aug 2013
I really don't get how so many people complain about this app. First let's stop comparing this to Dreamweaver. Coda is not a wysiwyg editor. It's for those who love to code there own sites. I own pretty much about very mac html editor out their and Coda is by far one of the best and most advance in features and ui design. As I have ventured into WP themeing I love how code allows me to set up a local server, a feature a lot of editors don't have. The user interface is so friendly and I love the ability to create my code snippets and use the tap function to output them. Saves my so much time and work. I am truly grateful for this app. Great Job Coda team..
[Version 2.0.9]

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Mikael B replied on 25 Feb 2014
Not all of us do themes, but do Mobile first development and develop server-side in more advanced languages than PHP and need to make the interface fast with (language) templates spitting out HTML5/CSS3/Javascript. Suddenly Coda/Espresso/Dreamweaver et al looks very lame indeed.
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Amnesiac7 reviewed on 22 Jul 2013
Perfect.
[Version 2.0.9]


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Stormchild reviewed on 09 Jul 2013
I wanted to give this another shot to see how it's shaping up after a few updates. Unfortunately it's still completely terrible.

It's unbelievable that SFTP via SSH key *still* doesn't work in 2.0.9. The *exact* same server/config works in Transmit (and every other app). Entering a password is futile, as it sees I have a key in ~/.ssh and insists on using that instead (even though it's incapable of doing so). I'm obviously not going to delete my SSH config just because this app is still so fundamentally broken, but that leaves me with no way to connect to any of my sites. Not interested in any other convoluted workarounds either. If they aren't competent enough to make it work properly, I'm just not interested.

Same old story as back in 2.0. And my SFTP connections all work perfectly fine in Transmit, with the same config and key. How is it that the same company can't manage to get exactly the same feature working in another app, even after 9 updates over more than a year?

It's too bad, really. Panic has obviously put so much love into this, but the whole thing is undermined by essential features they just can't seem to get working properly.
[Version 2.0.9]

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Eric Caldwell replied on 03 Dec 2013
We have been using Coda2 for a while and SSH keys work fine for us.
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Kendall Hopkins had trouble on 16 Jun 2010
I'm finding that this latest version of Coda isn't finding files when I use the quick open dialog (it used to). Is there a place to download 1.6.11 in the mean time?
[Version 1.6.11]


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Shock-J had trouble on 19 Jan 2010
WARNING.. DO NOT UPGRADE TO 1.6.9 IF YOU ARE USING SOURCE CONTROL! Just release today (1/19/10), latest version makes all your source controlled site folders under svn undetectable (it's like it can no longer see the invisible ".svn" folders). Hold off upgrading and wait for fix.
[Version 1.6.8]

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Shock-J replied on 19 Jan 2010
And just like that, it's fixed. 1.6.10 is released within hours with a fix. Now that's what I'm talking about!! Nice work Panic!!
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stonevil had trouble on 03 Dec 2007
still have problem with ftp aliases.
so I can't use it. :(
[Version 1.1]

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everyday software replied on 04 Dec 2007
Please contact Panic support at coda@panic.com so we can work with you to fix this issue.
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+130
Doug S. had trouble on 08 Jul 2007
Is there a way to preview .php files without running a server environment locally? So far the only way to do it is if I run MAMP Pro when I go to preview.
[Version 1.0.3]

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meatmcguffin replied on 22 Jul 2007
Not using only Coda iteself by the look of it.

Panic - Please have a word with the guys in charge of MAMP to see if they'll let you incorporate it's awesomeness
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+130
Doug S. replied on 22 Jul 2007
Indeed. I'm sure a lot of people would be willing to pay a little more (considering how good Coda is it's very cheap already) if you added such functionality as the ability to run your files locally even if they were PHP.
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stonevil had trouble on 16 Jun 2007
have problem with ftp aliases.
[Version 1.0.3]



-4

DarrenRath rated on 15 Jan 2014

[Version 2.0.12]



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ProjectBuilders rated on 07 Jan 2014

[Version 2.0.12]



+2

Leon van Schie rated on 14 Dec 2013

[Version 2.0.12]



+51

Stef_Vandenabele rated on 30 Oct 2013

[Version 2.0.12]



Pascal_d7e61cc7 rated on 30 Oct 2013

[Version 2.0.11]



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macuser05 rated on 25 Oct 2013

[Version 2.0.11]



+6

CloudB rated on 06 Sep 2013

[Version 2.0.10]



otsu rated on 27 Jul 2013

[Version 2.0.9]



Mac-Application rated on 27 Jul 2013

[Version 2.0.9]



ThomasD82 rated on 14 Jul 2013

[Version 2.0.9]


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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.


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