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Daan says

I don’t have a mac (but almost have one), but if I have, I think I’d go for Coda :)

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vasilios says

CODA .

I tried Textmate, but didn’t really like it. It’s probably because I love how everything is in Coda and it’s laid out very well. I’m currently using Espresso (from the MacHeist bundle), but once I get my MBP , I’m getting Coda. Probably should have gotten it when it was 50% off and held onto it. Oops.

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Raspo says

I love Coda, but I don’t have a mac… :(

Notepad++ is good, but the FTP plugin sux

Any coda-like alternative?

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ChillThemes says
I love Coda, but I don’t have a mac… :(

Notepad++ is good, but the FTP plugin sux

Any coda-like alternative?

There’s Aptana, I haven’t used it though.

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mabuc says
I love Coda, but I don’t have a mac… :(

Notepad++ is good, but the FTP plugin sux

Any coda-like alternative?
There’s Aptana, I haven’t used it though.

I used aptana for eclipse IDE in Linux before, Notepad ++ is good too Ive been using it for a while though..

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JeffreyWay Moderator says

If on Windows, use E-TextEditor or inType. Those two are my favorites.

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jonatanfroes says

How about Adobe Dreamweaver? Anyone use it?

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Ivor Reviewer says
How about Adobe Dreamweaver? Anyone use it?

DW is just too heavy, we don’t need a wysiwyg ;) in my pc I have Notepad++

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