Panic has updated its Coda Web site development tool to version 2.5 with a goodly number of new additions and improvements. Coda 2.5 quickens the pace of syntax highlighting and symbol parsing; indexes your Local Root and autocompletes your own functions, classes, and variables; adds Panic Sync to synchronize sites, passwords, and private keys; enables you to override and edit a site’s CSS; updates the user interface to be friendly with OS X 10.10 Yosemite; improves the editor with vertical indentation guides and a customizable column guide; and enables you to save and publish with a single keystroke. Panic has also removed Coda from the Mac App Store, but will be migrating Mac App Store customers to the independent version for free. Before migrating from the Mac App Store edition, make sure you have the most recent version installed (2.0.14) and that it has been launched at least once. Then download Coda 2.5 from Panic and follow the prompts in the app. ($99 new, free update, 84.5 MB, release notes, 10.7.5+)
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