Coda 1.0, Fission 1.5, CSSEdit 2.5: Software Updates Galore!
First Panic released an all-new app, Coda, which is a kind of web development IDE. My cursory try of it tells me it may solve some problems I have, but I'm still evaluating it. Overall though, it's a great, high quality release.
What is Coda?
The easiest way to sum it up is this: One Window Web Development.
There are a lot of great products out there already that let you design pages visually (WYSIWYG) or from templates. That base is well covered. But for those of us who work at the raw code level, your next stop was probably either the $400 (and somewhat wonky) DreamWeaver, or a workflow cobbled together from a half-dozen different applications. -- Announcing Coda 1.0
Next up is an app I really enjoy using, CSSEdit, from MacRabbit, which just hit version 2.5. New in CSSEdit is... TABS! Yeah, this makes things a LOT cleaner for me, and keeps my window clutter to a minimum. Also added was an X-ray Inspector, which shows you what styles apply to the selected element in X-ray. Very nice. -- CSSEdit 2.5 Out Now!
Finally the guys over at Rogue Amoeba released the latest version of Fission with many new features, and including full support for audio insertion:
We're happy to announce that our easy to use audio editor Fission has just reached version 1.5 with several major new features! Fission 1.5 now has full support for audio insertion, meaning audio can now be copy and pasted within one file or copied between multiple files. One file can even be appended to another with a simple drag and drop. -- Hot From The Oven, It's Fission 1.5!