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Austin

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Coda or Espresso?
I'm looking into another alternative coder and these are my top two. Even if your not a Mac, you can compare easily.

Thanks :)
 
Terry Harvey

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I've used Coda, and I have to say that although I've never used Espresso, I'm sure Coda would beat it by far.
 
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Austin

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I've used Coda, and I have to say that although I've never used Espresso, I'm sure Coda would beat it by far.
You'd be surprised. Many are switching since it's so innovative, apparently. I'm leaning to Coda due to the features it offers, however Espresso is becoming surprisingly promising with it's features. Hopefully Coda 2.0 is out soon.
 
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There two editors for HTML, CSS, PHP etc. for Mac. Cocoa would be a framework for example :)
 
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