updated 12:20 pm EDT, Wed August 27, 2008
Coda updated to 1.5
Panic this week update to Coda, its web development application. According to the company, Coda is designed to bring all the functions of web page creation into a single window. Users have the ability to edit text, transfer files, preview pages and adjust SQL all -- and more -- in one interface. The developers goal was to take a complicated workflow of web development and integrate it into one interface, saving both time and effort.
Coda 1.5 adds a number of major new features, including fully integrated source control with Subversion, find and replace across multiple local files, easier-than-ever text clips with groups, a user-customizable bookshelf and improved AppleScript.
The new version has also been updated with greater support for mixed mode syntax coloring as well as Leopard specific performance updates.
The update is available for free for existing customers or new customers can purchase the software for $100, or $90 for owners of the Transmit software.