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Panic announces all new web development editor coming this year as Coda 2 successor

[2019-03-13 20:02:24]

The developers at Panic today revealed some major changes coming soon to its web development offerings. The company says that later this year, it will release a completely new web development application as a successor to Coda, which was originally released 12 years ago. The post Panic announces all new web development editor coming this year as Coda 2 successor appeared first on 9to5Mac.

Panic announces all new web development editor coming this year as Coda 2 successor


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