Joel Levin
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widgetman reviewed on 23 Apr 2007
Coda is incredible. It has an excellent interface for one thing, and has nice Transmit integration. The built-in editor is very cool (they even use their own font "Panic Sans"). All of this is nice, but for me the major winning feature is the code autocompletion and suggestions popup in the editor. Good syntax highlighting, nice built-in ssh mode and a nice graphical css editor (not quit as powerful as CSSEdit but very very adequate). I have nothing bad to say, I am going to be purchasing a copy and highly recommending it to others.

Download it already!
[Version 1.0]


widgetman reviewed on 02 Apr 2007
Easily the best and most useful todo list I've ever seen and used. This application is worthy of being bundled with the operating system in my opinion. It is extremely easy to use and learn, as it simply just works as you'd expect it to work. The interface is very easy to look at and will feel instantly comfortable to any user. I can't recommend this application enough!

It's a shame that the rating system only goes up to 5.
[Version 3.6]

widgetman commented on 20 Feb 2007
The interface is very clunky and slow, it takes longer to load pages, it doesnt follow any standards that mac applications follow, and it looks like crap. Posting on a blog is not that hard to do, a browser isn't needed to make it easier. It's also a big memory hog...

It's just so unnecessary, safari is cocoa and lightweight, and will always be faster and easier to use, let alone more integrated with the system.

widgetman commented on 04 Feb 2007
Uhh...if it's "like" emacs, but it's $250...why not just use emacs? Or even, why not just use one of the excellent free or laregly inexpensive editors out there. I recommend TextMate, it is much better than anything aspiring to be a highly overpriced emacs clone.
[Version 13.0.1]


widgetman reviewed on 02 Feb 2007
Absolute excellence.
[Version 1.0]


widgetman reviewed on 31 Dec 2006
Very cool application. The interface is funky and in some places it doesn't behave like a native mac application, but it doesn't matter for this app as it works perfectly. I have never had it crash once for me, and it works exactly as expected functionality wise.

I highly recommed it.
[Version 0.9.10]


widgetman reviewed on 08 Sep 2006
This library is incredible. I am normally very picky about how native my interfaces feel and everything, and this application runs and feels like every other native Cocoa application I've ever used, but it's written in Carbon and C++. I will definitely be investigating the posibilities of this library and plan to make some feature additions myself (It comes with the source).
[Version 1.0]

widgetman commented on 18 Aug 2006
Looks great, but can we please have this as a universal binary for us intel guys? Thanks.
[Version 1.1b]


widgetman reviewed on 06 Aug 2006
When making comments on an ALPHA program, don't say ignorant things like "lacks features" and "useless". The reason that the developer has taken the effort to label it as alpha is because he knows that it isn't close to done yet and does not yet have a full feature set. LOUDSCREAMER, you sir, are an idiot.

The browser is fine, you never know, it come become the next firefox in a year or two, so please people, don't be so dumb.

Have a good day.
[Version 1.1.4a]


widgetman reviewed on 08 Jun 2006
Truly excellent application. Much better sound quality than Skype and just a better app in general. The only thing that Gizmo is missing is direct file transfers, but I'm sure that will show up eventually. I highly recommend this app to anyone looking to do VOIP.

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