While the pitch is simple, building Coda was anything but. And with Panic Sync, our free and secure sync service, your sites follow you on any computer. Coda 2.5 is free for all Coda 2 owners, to whom we say thanks. With the new local indexer, trying to fetch an unknown amount of data can be slow for large sites.
And today, Coda has grown to be a critical tool for legions of web developers around the world. It’s got everything you expect: syntax highlighting for tons of languages. Opening a Site sets your file paths, your root URLs, where your files Publish to, source control settings, and more. If you no longer have access to the email address you used to purchase, email us and we'll look it up for you. But don’t worry, we’re migrating Mac App Store customers for free. Simply edit your Site, and check the "Automatically index all Site files" box.
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There’s also an HTML Validator, a Code Navigator, and more. Now simply download Coda 2.5 from us, launch it, and follow the prompts.
Use the Files tab and move, rename, copy, transfer from server-to-server... And project-wide Find and Replace that’ll work across multiple files.
Open local files or edit remotely on FTP, SFTP, Web DAV, or Amazon S3 servers. Like Clips, which let you create frequently used bits of text that you can insert into your document with special triggers.
Rather than let your typing speed suffer or lag, we introduced a 0.1-second delay before showing the autocomplete menu. You can learn more about extending Coda from the Coda Plugin Kit repository on Git Hub.
If you have Git installed already, simply fill out the Git Tool Path setting in the Files pane of Coda’s Preferences.