jayzawrotny — 2010-08-18T00:52:36-04:00 — #1
I came across coda which is marketed as a all-in-one software program that helps code and design websites. However, I don't know if it really competes with dreamweaver. Which is what I starting using when I was younger. For one I really like to be able to highlight sections of code and press tab to indent all of it, on coda it seems to just replace it all with a tab.
Anyways, I was wondering if anyone uses it and if it does anything dreamweaver can't do or doesn't do as well. I would like to break free from Adobe's shackles at some point. So maybe this is a good start.
They do have a demo but I accidentally let it run out without trying it enough to really learn what it can do.
jayzawrotny — 2010-08-18T18:19:28-04:00 — #2
Hmm, that is enticing. May I ask what makes it simpler and more intuitive?
wiggsfly — 2010-08-18T18:13:51-04:00 — #3
I use it and LOVE it. I also used DW for years (and actually have CS5 on my machine) but Coda has a much simpler and more intuitive interface and is a lot faster than DW.