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Ivor Reviewer says

I just got a brand new MacBook, actually this is my first Mac I’m in the awesome process of learning everything related to Mac you know ;) and I’d like to know which editor is better, I just code html, css and a bit of php (wordpress basic) what do you think?

PD: I’m so freaking excited with this machine :D

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JeffreyWay Moderator says

Love both, but vote TextMate.

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DDStudios says

And for Windows ? :(

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osigrandi says
And for Windows ? :(

Intype or Notepad++

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chilly_orange says

It’s actually not quite a fair comparison since Coda is much much more then just text editor. It includes version control, FTP , preview (using Webkit/Safari rendering), a build in terminal, simplified CSS entry, books with info and references, and much much more…

If it’s only about text editors, I prefer Textmate over the Coda editor. However, Coda simply rocks as a whole web development environment (and it’s looks super slick not to forget).

I use both on a daily basis.

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chilly_orange says

Oh and congrats with your first Mac! Be prepared to get lots more enjoyment from working:)

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Ivor Reviewer says

Thank you all!! :)

Oh and congrats with your first Mac! Be prepared to get lots more enjoyment from working:)

Thanks a lot I’ll buy both textmate and coda!! I’m really excited! :D

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Ezza says

TextMate.

And for Windows ? :(

http://www.apple.com/getamac/

:)

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danharper says

TextMate, without a doubt. I can code so much quicker in it than Coda thanks to the huge community and all the bundles (and themes).

Coda, however, would probably be better if you need auto-completion when writing HTML and CSS , and it has a built-in FTP client.

As for Windows, E-TextEditor is basically the TextMate for Windows (and supports most TextMate bundles, too!)

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jremick Staff says

My vote would be Coda, but that’s just because I haven’t used TextMate yet and Coda fits in very nicely with my current workflow. ;-)

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