Those Mac users who do web programing will be familiar with Coda. Coda is a web code editing application for OS X by Panic, Inc. Recently Coda 2 was released that brought several new features and enhancements to the Mac app, and on the same day Panic announced Coda for iPad. Coda for iPad is very similar to it’s Mac counterpart but is optimized for the touch screen. It is called Diet Coda in the App Store instead of just Coda. Diet Code can be used to make quick edits to sites you are working on, from wherever you want whenever you want – on the go.
Diet Coda features remote editing, so that you can edit your documents on your server using your iPad. It features syntax highlighting for HTML. CSS, JS, and PHP. Syntax highlighting for more languages will be added in the coming updates.
With Diet Coda’s powerful FTP and SFTP file management you can open, modify, rename, change permission on files placed on your server.
Diet Coda brings many other features along with the one’s mentioned above, so it is a must have for Mac Coda users who want to do editing on their sites using their tablet.
Diet Coda is available in the App Store for $9.99. It may take a few hours for Diet Coda to appear in the US App Store, so wait patiently. It is available in New Zealand App Store here for $13.99.
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