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Blaxus says

Not interested unless they come up with MVC separation built in. It’s the only feature, I seem to be missing from any IDE these days.

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PixelBin says

Sublime Text 2 is just too good to replace.

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purethemes says

Not interested unless they come up with MVC separation built in. It’s the only feature, I seem to be missing from any IDE these days.

Just curious, how that is related with IDE functionality? I mean how IDE can have build in MVC separation? I though it’s rather how project you’re working on is build.

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pezflash says

One Sublime Text lover here. It fits perfectly my needs and coding manner. ;)

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Blaxus says

Just curious, how that is related with IDE functionality? I mean how IDE can have build in MVC separation? I though it’s rather how project you’re working on is build.

How does Built-In MySQL Editor make any IDE better then the other?

You won’t always need MySQL, and you won’t always be working with HTML & CSS . And you won’t always be working with MVC .

Does that mean they can not help you improve the workflow for it. You won’t need it for every project. But it would sure help if you could easily work on 1 page and easily access the related MVC files.

I don’t mean MVC Generation either, I’m talking about accessing files through sub Tabs or something.

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aaranmcguire says



Not interested unless they come up with MVC separation built in. It’s the only feature, I seem to be missing from any IDE these days.
Just curious, how that is related with IDE functionality? I mean how IDE can have build in MVC separation? I though it’s rather how project you’re working on is build.

How does Built-In MySQL Editor or CSS specific formatting make any IDE better then the other?

I’ll tell you: Because they make your overall project workflow better.

You won’t always need MySQL, and you won’t always be working with CSS . And you won’t always be working with MVC .

Does that mean they can not help you access an easily structure content more easily? I don’t see why not?

Yh, but you have to love the MySQL stuff, im always doing mysql stuff, Im in love with an app called, `Sequel Pro` http://www.sequelpro.com/ (free as well)

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contempoinc says


Coda is the only reason I would switch to Mac, so I’m not even looking at this :D

I used to say the same thing but once I switched to Mac and downloaded TextMate I never looked back.

Coda 2 looks good for sure but I don’t like all those bloated editors, all I want is to write code.

Agreed, TextMate is the way to fly on the Mac!

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Blaxus says

Yh, but you have to love the MySQL stuff, im always doing mysql stuff, Im in love with an app called, `Sequel Pro` http://www.sequelpro.com/ (free as well)

I’m more of a PHPMyAdmin guy. Comes with Mamp and has everything you need.

I’ll be honest, Ive seen the video, only… I was more impressed with how they built the video on their homepage, rather then what’s being said in the video.

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FlashTang says

Sublime Text2 is the best :grin:

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kimonoThemes says

Just bought both, and it’s just awesome!! I’m use to Coda since version 1.1 and it fits my needs too :) The best is the syncing sites via iCloud!

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