Panic makes some of Cult of Mac’s favorite apps for the Mac. Transmit, Coda, Unison… they’re all classics of Mac app design, and recently, Panic has made the leap into iOS apps with Diet Coda and Prompt. Now, rumor has it that Panic is about to release a brand new app for the iPad…. and [...]Show More Summary
Marc, Seth, and Rene iterate through the 4-inch, 16:9 iPhone, Coda 2 and Diet Coda, Photoshop masks and text, Windows 8 UX, and Timer, and interrogate Louie Mantia of Pacific Helm. This is Iterate!
The latest iOS jailbreak, the first US prepaid iPhone, and Diet Coda, too.
A few of the most noteworthy apps in the iOS ecosystem either landed on the App Store recently or received much-welcomed updates, such as the launch of Little Things Forever—the long-awaited sequel to the “iPad App of the Week” Little Things. Performance enhancements and new feature additions also arrived to Little Things, as well as Diet [...]
Code and text editor apps for iPad are making it easier for web developers to make quick changes and access sites while on the go (or, frankly, from poolside). Gusto, Textastic, and the newly released Diet Coda will all get the job done -- but does one do it better than the rest?
Panic's mobile Web development tool is impressive, despite some rough edges.
A great web development tool that's just held back slightly by some minor failings.
Kicking off this week’s must-have apps roundup is a new web browser from Yahoo! called Axis, which hopes to redefine web searching on desktops and iOS devices. We’ve also got a terrific app for web editors, one that’ll help you monitor which apps are accessing your personal data, and two new apps from Facebook. Yahoo! [...]Show More Summary
I bought the original Coda for Mac the minute Panic put it on sale and have used it day-in, day-out ever since. Coming from Macromedia/Adobe's Dreamweaver, it was a breath of fresh air. That won't be a surprise to anyone familiar with Panic. Show More Summary
Panic Software has released Diet Coda, an iPad adaptation of its popular web code editor and development app for Mac OS X. Designed to allow users to make quick edits and adjustments to their websites on the go, Diet Coda provides an...Show More Summary
The highly anticipated FTP client, code editor, CSS editor, and previewer, Diet Code for iPad has hit the App Store. Now you can make quick edits to your website while on the go or on vacation.
Panic has just released two brand new apps today:Coda 2, the long awaited update to the popular Mac Web editor, and Diet Coda, a wonderfully slimmed down Web editor for...
Following a rollout in other iTunes Stores around the world over the last several hours, Panic’s Coda 2 and Diet Coda have officially gone live in the U.S. Mac and iOS App Stores. Panic announced the two apps yesterday by saying that both apps were set to drop on Thursday, May 24th. You can download [...]Show More Summary
A few newsworthy apps and updates have already landed in the App Store today including the Diet Coda development platform that we told you about a few days ago, and some Retina graphics updates for popular apps such as Draw Something and Opera Mini. We’ll update the list throughout the day as more notable apps [...]
Coda, one of the most popular premium coding apps for OS X, will finally be seeing v2.0—five years after its initial release—on the 24th of this month. A new mobile Coda app for the iPad will be coming out with it. Called "Diet Coda," the iPad version of the coding software will bring most of Coda 2's features to the tablet, including an exciting new feature called "AirPreview."
I spend a large part of each day in Panic's Coda app for Mac. It's an FTP client, code editor, CSS editor, and previewer -- and more -- all rolled into one. And it's coming to iPad this Thursday as... Diet Coda.
Diet Coda, an iPad version of the Mac website editor Coda, is coming soon.
Coda is Panic's legendary Mac app for editing HTML and other web files, and today Panic has announced the followup to Coda, called (surprise) Coda 2. As you might expect, the hugemongous feature list over on the Coda site has web developers frothed up into a frenzy of anticipation. Show More Summary
Blockbuster new iPad app from Panic: Diet Coda takes everything we’ve ever learned about world-class web code editing, and wraps it up to-go. It’s packed with features, bathed in fun, ready to work. I’ve been beta-testing Diet Coda for a while, and it’s a hell of an app. Show More Summary
Panic, the company behind popular Mac app Coda, has announced the second major version of its prized web development tool. Coda 2 for Mac will launch on May 24th alongside a new app for the iPad called Diet Coda. Version 2.0 of Coda is “better at everything,” according to Panic, and Diet Coda will allow [...]Show More Summary