June 13th, 2013

Apple of Apple’s eye: Panic wins an Apple Design Award for Coda 2


Apple of Apple’s eye: Panic wins an Apple Design Award for Coda 2

There are a number of amazing companies in Portland that keep an incredibly low profile. Perhaps none more so than Panic, which has been quietly developing amazing Apple OS X and iOS apps with a incredibly talented crew of folks for years. But every once in a while, they get some of that richly deserved recognition.

Such was the case this week, when Panic received an Apple Design Award for their work on Coda 2.

Coda 2 is a truly modern and incredibly innovative all-in-one editor for your web code. With hundreds of new features, resizable UI, innovative organization, and pervasive customization, Coda 2 makes the task of web coding enjoyable. Coda 2 is designed to be flexible and extensible with customizable keyboard shortcuts and dozens of plug-ins available to enhance a user’s workflow. It supports development in Action Script, ASP, CFML, CSS, HTML, Java, JavaScript, Perl, PHP, Python Ruby, Smarty and SQL. Written entirely in Cocoa and deeply integrated with OS X, Coda 2 uses AppKit, Core Animation, iCloud, Notification Center, QuickLook, AirPlay, and much more. Available only on the Mac, Coda 2 lets web developers dynamically preview their site designs on iPad with a new feature called AirPreview, providing a great OS X and iOS web development solution.

For more information on the company and their products, visit Panic.

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One Response to “Apple of Apple’s eye: Panic wins an Apple Design Award for Coda 2”

  1. Andy Rosic says:

    Congrats to Panic for Coda 2′s Apple Design Award. Portland’s own Selfpubd, the game publishing platform for independent mobile game developers, had not one but two of it’s member game companies win ADA’s as well! Vlambeer won for their game “Ridiculous Fishing – A Tale of Redemption” as did Frogmind for their game “BADLAND”. Get the full story here: http://blog.selfpubd.com/two-apple-design-awards-for-selfpubd-game-studios/


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