A bugfix release, download it or use the updater in the plugin. Continue reading “Coda PHP & Web Toolkit 3.8”
A new version again, download it or use the updater in the plugin. Continue reading “Coda PHP & Web Toolkit 3.7”
So here’s the new, nice and hopefully stable version of the Coda plugin. Works with Coda 1.7.5 and Coda 2.x Continue reading “Coda PHP & Web Toolkit 3.6 – for Coda 1 & 2”
Feature removal: This version doesn’t feature proCSSor anymore. The developer will not continue the proCSSor Web API, so this feature is removed from Coda PHP & Web Toolkit.
Since the API was a free service anyway and he’ll focus on developing his own software this is understandable. More information can be found on his website: procssorapp.com.
And since Coda 2 is said to be released in the near future I won’t add any new features until then. Therefore this version has some bugfixes only.
In this version you can view a single remote logfile by entering the URL (must start with http).
This works via curl and is of course still very beta. The curl connection has a timeout and is being reloaded, so it should work with files that update continuously on the server.
Please note: The remote logfile should be text-only – html is not being rendered (and that would be very difficult).
This is a beta version (Safari 5.1 only!) of the Safari Extension for pinboard.in. Feedback is very welcome: Found a bug? Don’t like toolbar buttons? Any other ideas? Continue reading “Safari Pinboard Extension – 2.8 beta”
Currently I’m a bit busy with work (and soon: holiday) – but then I’ll continue with some new features for the Safari Pinboard extension and Coda PHP & Web plugin:
Safari Pinboard extension
The most annoying bug (Can’t save tabsets) is fixed now, another strange candidate is still open: When adding a link the title of the previous page is used.. Happens currently only for one user but since this bug is completely improbable I really want to know if someone encounters similar problems. If so, please comment here.
Safari 5.1 has some new features for extension – you can open a
popover window (on a button) now and do something else, which I seem to have forgotten. Nothing revolutionary, so I really have to think if it’s worth integrating these features – by having to maintain a fallback solution for Safari 5.0 users..
The next step will be to integrate more of the Pinboard API. This might include features like: Auto-tagging (applying always a given tag or according to a rule for new bookmarks), showing unread items in a Safari menu instead of opening the pinboard website, improving the search feature, doing more with tags etc.
Coda PHP plugin
But more interesting is this question: What about Coda 2? Maybe the next version already includes PHP/HTML/CSS validation (Okay – HTML validation is somehow included in the current version, but it works only very limited..). So before looking at 348567 other tools I’d rather wait for 2.0 – a native integration into Coda would be by far the best solution. But currently only the developers from panic know more…