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CleanScript says

Hello everyone,

I’m trying to find a great IDE for front end development on my mac. What HTML / CSS IDE do you use. does it know js too? that would be awesome if it does.

I used netbeans for a while but that did not turn out well at the end. Don’t get me wrong, It’s great IDE , but it has it’s problems. I tried the demo of CODA 2 but either I’m not doing the front end dev right, or coda 2 is not very front-end-dev friendly. So I found Espresso. That’s awesome but still looking for something else that I’m probably missing.

What do you use? What would you recommend?

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wickedpixel says
http://themeforest.net/forums/thread/the-new-coda/65872?page=1
Are you reading only the topics you start? :P
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CleanScript says

http://themeforest.net/forums/thread/the-new-coda/65872?page=1
Are you reading only the topics you start? :P

Are you reading what I am writing? :P I said I tested coda. that article is about coda 2. I saw it actually, my question was a little different ;)

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wickedpixel says

Your question is answered there, people are debating that.

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digitalimpact says

Try Sublime Text 2 ;)

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mikedidthis says

Try Sublime Text 2 ;)

+1 I can’t recommend Sublime enough!

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CleanScript says


Try Sublime Text 2 ;)
+1 I can’t recommend Sublime enough!

Is there any good stable and working FTP solution for ST2 ?

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digitalimpact says

^ Curious about this too.

I always work locally and then publish to server, but I’m curious to know if people are using the FTP addon and how it works out for them.

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mikedidthis says

Is there any good stable and working FTP solution for ST2 ?

Yes sir! http://wbond.net/sublime_packages/sftp

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CleanScript says

I’m thinking espresso for html and css and coda for php and remote. what do you guys think?

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