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*** NEW! Local Files, including Dropbox! 15+ more Syntax modes! Improved UI! And lots more. ***
What happens when you take the power of Coda, our Mac OS X web code editor, and crunch it down into a powerful, feature-packed iPad package? Introducing Diet Coda, the best way to make quick edits to your websites on the go.
We've made a powerful, feature-packed web editor with a easy-to-use, enjoyable touch interface. Now, we can travel with the iPad and know that we have the tools necessary to do our job. And thanks to AirPreview, now we can put our iPad to great use while it's sitting on our desk at work and we're coding in Coda.
WHAT DOES IT DO?
• Local Editing
Edit files locally. Even sync a Dropbox folder to your iPad, edit files locally, and those changes will magically sync to your Dropbox.
• Remote Editing
Or, edit documents right on your server or staging server.
• Powerful FTP and SFTP File Management
Open, rename, modify, change permissions, the works.
Quickly get to work on your servers.
• Syntax Highlighting
HTML, CSS, JS, PHP, Python, Ruby and more.
• Revolutionary Super Loupe
Positioning the cursor in iOS isn't fun. We've changed that forever.
• Contextual Keyboard
The right special characters at the right time.
Insert chunks of code with a single tap.
• Find and Replace
Including our ground-breaking "Wildcard" token
• Built-In Terminal
The power of Prompt built-in. A $7.99 value.
• Much More
Packed with thoughtful touches.
AND ONE MORE THING.
Use your iPad as a dedicated preview window for Coda 2 on the Mac
WHAT'LL YOU CODE ON-THE-GO? WE CAN'T WAIT TO FIND OUT.
What's New in Version 1.5
MASSIVE NEW FEATURES — 1.5 IS A GIANT, FREE UPDATE. ENJOY!
• Local Files
Diet Coda now supports files stored locally on your iOS device. Files are managed automatically by Diet Coda, and are limited by the space available on your device. Remote files can now be downloaded and uploaded from the local set, in the same way as Coda.
In addition, sites can also be set up to automatically sync their local files to a Dropbox account, allowing cloud-enabled “local” projects. You can make changes to files in Diet Coda, save, and have the changes automatically appear on your Mac or Windows computer. A popover has been added to the File Browser to see the status of cloud operations (pushes and pulls), conflicts, and space quotas in your Dropbox account. A different Dropbox account can be configured for each sites in the case of workgroups, shared projects, etc.
• 15+ New Syntax Modes
Apache, C, Diff, HTML (Django), HTML (ERB), Haml, Java, LESS, Markdown, Objective-C, Objective-J, Perl, Python, Ruby, SCSS, XML, and YAML
• Import Sites via Dropbox
• Improved Autocomplete
• Indentation Styles
• New Themes and Font Options
• Editor improvements (including matching curly braces and parenthesis)
• Custom Site Images
• 1Password Integration
Along with many, many fixes for bugs and crashes.
Local Editing? Awesome!!!!
I’ve been waiting for this update! Thank you so much Panic Inc and to it's Dev team for this awesome update. I had been using Coda for a while and now that I got and iPad Air, and the next thing I did was to buy Diet Coda to integrate it to my dev tools. OMG! I got to tweet this….
Local great but crashes too much
I love the new local file editing. When it works, it works well. When it doesn't work, you do no work. I can't get past the splash screen anymore. I'm hopeful that like 1.0, the bugs get worked out quickly. Loaded with potential.
Thank you for the excellent update and the Dropbox integration