Coda now Leopardized*

Coda web development software

Coda has released an update (v1.1) to further trick-out the Leopardization of the application. I’ve been using Coda for several months now to manage a few blogs and work on minor design projects. To make a long story short, Coda a fantastically intuitive web design & development application that manages to cram several tools (text editor, terminal window, FTP, CSS WYSIWYG) into one easy-to-use package.

I’ve been hesitant to update my Mac to OSX 1.5 (Leopard), until Coda has been updated to work smoothly on Leopard.

It looks like I’m officially cleared for take-off.

You can download Coda for a free 30-day test drive. Right now, it only works on Macs.

(FYI – I am not affiliated with the company in any way, I just think it’s a great product.)

* Yes, I made up this word, but it makes sense, doesn’t it?

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