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Espresso 1.0 attempts to unify hard-coding

updated 05:00 pm EDT, Mon March 23, 2009

Espresso 1.0 released

MacRabbit has introduced the first version of Espresso, an editing tool for web developers. The app is specifically intended for manual coding, and organizes the editing of HTML, XML, CSS, PHP and JavaScript into a single interface. The software is normally structured around a single window, but allows tabs to be dragged off into separate panes.

The interface additionally combines file browsing and organizing into the same space, alongside a publishing component, which permits projects to be merged, mirrored or updated via FTP, SFTP or S3. Code entry supports features such as folding, spellcheck and dynamic snippets, plus the recognition of new languages through third-party plug-ins. Espresso runs on Mac OS X 10.5 or later, and costs $82 independently or $68 for owners of CSSEdit 2.

by MacNN Staff



  1. knhL

    Joined: Dec 1969


    "unify hard-coding" ?

    I don't get it. So, how does this tool "unify hard-coding" ? Does it offer some kind of refactoring tool to identify hard-coding?

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