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Old Apr 27, 2013, 11:49 AM   #1
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Coda, Flux and Rapidweaver

I'm new to Macs having switched from Windows and using Dreamweaver, and I'm looking for a html editor with WYSIWYG to learn coding.

Are there any major difference between Coda, Flux and Rapidweaver? What would you recommend out of the three?

Thanks
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Old Apr 28, 2013, 09:50 AM   #2
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Coda 2 is the BEST !

I have been using Coda for a few years, and this is the best choice..

I started with Rapidweaver, switch to Sanvox, try Flux demo.. all those are very limited...
* I find Dreamweaver is very slow interface, an cumbersome

I love Coda2 - its fast, a very clean interface, easy to use, many good Plugins, and easy to transfer files to server and very fast.

Try their Demo...
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Old Apr 30, 2013, 08:27 AM   #3
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I have been using Coda for a few years, and this is the best choice..

I started with Rapidweaver, switch to Sanvox, try Flux demo.. all those are very limited...
* I find Dreamweaver is very slow interface, an cumbersome

I love Coda2 - its fast, a very clean interface, easy to use, many good Plugins, and easy to transfer files to server and very fast.

Try their Demo...
Cheers, I'll check it out.
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Old May 2, 2013, 10:45 AM   #4
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Originally Posted by alain651 View Post
I have been using Coda for a few years, and this is the best choice..

I started with Rapidweaver, switch to Sanvox, try Flux demo.. all those are very limited...
* I find Dreamweaver is very slow interface, an cumbersome

I love Coda2 - its fast, a very clean interface, easy to use, many good Plugins, and easy to transfer files to server and very fast.

Try their Demo...
I tried Espresso and went with Coda 2. It has been pretty easy to use once you get over the crazy UI (don't like all the thumbnails at the top of the window) you can write a lot of code quickly and catch obscure coding mistakes. The best part for me is the realtime syntax checking and the ease with which I can pull up documentation.

Tim
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Old May 2, 2013, 01:47 PM   #5
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I have been using Coda for a few years, and this is the best choice..

I started with Rapidweaver, switch to Sanvox, try Flux demo.. all those are very limited...
* I find Dreamweaver is very slow interface, an cumbersome

I love Coda2 - its fast, a very clean interface, easy to use, many good Plugins, and easy to transfer files to server and very fast.

Try their Demo...
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I tried Espresso and went with Coda 2. It has been pretty easy to use once you get over the crazy UI (don't like all the thumbnails at the top of the window) you can write a lot of code quickly and catch obscure coding mistakes. The best part for me is the realtime syntax checking and the ease with which I can pull up documentation.

Tim
Thanks for the replies. I look forward to playing around on it.

Slight issue. Every time I open up Coda, I receive the message:

"Do you want the application "Coda 2.app" to accept incoming network connections?"

Do you have any idea why this may be and how to stop this appearing every time I load it?
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Old May 13, 2013, 06:24 PM   #6
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"Do you want the application "Coda 2.app" to accept incoming network connections?"

Do you have any idea why this may be and how to stop this appearing every time I load it?
Have the same issue, anyone know?
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