Panic Software has announced that a new version of its great coding program for Mac will be arriving on May 24th. Together with a cut down version called Diet Coda which has been created to run on Apple’s iPad tablet, and takes advantage of the new iPad’s retina display.
Coda 2 is packed with over one hundred new features and includes an code editor, CSS editor, MySQL editor and terminal and file access all under one roof. As well as a completely redesigned user interface, to make coding even more of a pleasure.
“Coda 2 represents a incredible overhaul of every facet of our venerable all-in-one web code editor. It’s a release packed with tons of improvements that will make you more efficient and faster at your job. And on top of that, it’s got brand new features that will make it an even more indispensable part of your process.”
“Diet Coda takes everything we’ve learned about web code editing, and shrinks it down into the beauty and simplicity of your iPad. The perfect companion to Coda — literally, since the two can work together — it’s the ultimate way to make quick fixes while you’re traveling light.”
The new apps will be available to purchase on Mat 24th with Diet Coda being priced at $9.99 and Coda 2 available as an upgrade for existing users of Coda, unless you purchased Coda within the last month. If you did you can a free upgrade to version two.
Apple now offers two versions of the iPad, the iPad 2 and iPad 3, have a look at the difference between the iPad 2 and iPad 3.
Source: Panic SoftwareFiled Under: Apple, Apple iPad, Design News