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Coda 2

Panic finally announces version 2.0 of Coda. Available May 24th, 2012.

I’ve been using Coda 1.x every day as my primary tool for web development since 2007. To say I’m excited about this is an understatement. As you might expect, the product website is gorgeous, innovative, and informative.

Hint: Type the backslash key to make the full video pop to the front.

Also: Woah. This is like all CSS3 transforms on a video element.

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Coda Notes: a Safari Extension

Unveiled by Cabel Sasser on stage at WWDC today, this is already hot shit:

When you install Coda Notes, you’ll get a new button in your toolbar. Click it to see all our annotation tools, built right into Safari. Draw some notes on your favorite website. Communicate changes, ideas, concepts, or problems. Then, when you’re done, hit the Send Notes button and the whole page flips over as a postcard.

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LESS CSS Plugin for Coda

Makes it considerably more possible for me to use LESS in upcoming projects.

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CSS Tools Coda Plugin

Super useful Coda plugin, which uses CSSTidy. Can translate back to human-readable code for changes, then re-compress.