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  • #31876
    Rugg
    Participant

    Hello I am making the switch to one of these two platforms. I have read some reviews on google, but would like to hear feedback form anybody using them here.

    Coda VS Espresso

    Thank You.

    #56768
    lyleyboy
    Member

    Coda

    #56772
    davidlab.be
    Participant

    Netbeans! sorry, just think netbeans is the nuts

    #56773
    TT_Mark
    Member

    Apparently there’s a new Espresso coming soon…

    #56774
    johny2k
    Member

    Hm… I`m using coda everyday. I think it is enough to let me done all the job, :)

    #56777
    Kralle
    Participant

    I’m using Coda, and I’ve never tried anything else. That probably means I’m quite satisfied.

    #56784
    ccc630
    Member

    I’ll chime in for Coda as well, with the caveat that I haven’t used Espresso and thus can’t compare the two.

    #56786
    TheDoc
    Moderator

    Coda is pretty amazing. I’m only just starting to unlock some of its amazing features.

    #56725
    box
    Member

    I still swear by TextMate. I’ve tried both Coda and Espresso but always return to TextMate. I know that this is because I’ve invested a lot of time in developing my practice for TextMate before the likes of Coda came onto the scene. If you get used to a certain text editor, it’s very difficult to then change to a new one – even if it’s arguably better, as you’ve invested so much time in learning it’s powerful subtleties. If you currently have no preference, then I’d recommend trialling both Coda and Espresso and whichever one you ultimately choose, you’ll love forever. You could even give TextMate a go ;)

    #56083
    mindlock
    Member

    Personally like coda… I went from a PC using mostly putty and vim, it’s the first IDE I could get use to and liked…

    #56019
    anoopbal
    Participant

    What about Dreamweaver CS5?

    #56005
    TT_Mark
    Member

    @anoopbal Because it’s expensive and bloated?

    #55910
    anoopbal
    Participant

    I though the CS5 new inspect and live features were really helpful. I am just a beginner in web designing. I agree it’s expensive.

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