Web Development: Coda vs. TextMate / CSS Edit combo?
Which one do you go for?
Coda, as a one-stop solution for all things web development.
TextMate + CSS Edit, as the one golden combination.
No “both” answers allowed*. I want a clear opinion. (* IF you say both, please elaborate about your reasons for choosing both, and provide some info on your specific workflow in such case.)
- The question relates to heavy duty, prime time work. I’m interested to know what option you find durable and trustworthy enough to put to good use on a daily/regular basis.
– I’m only interested in these particular applications.
Extraneous babble (no need to read):
- Yes, this topic has probably been discussed all over the web, but I find Fluther to be the perfect arena for a one on one clash between these two (well, three) heavyweights anyway.
– Personally, I own all 3 of these apps, but I can’t just seem to make up my mind about the tools to prefer. Or rather, I might say, I’m afraid I still prefer my old, tried and tested TM+CSS Edit combo, mainly because of the pressing issue of Coda being so slow in refreshing its CSS previews, whereas CSS Edit is just blazing fast… something that’s crucial to me, and also an ability that I was expecting a more expensive application such as Coda to facilitate.
– I really, really, want to like Coda, and I’m curious to know if there’s some hidden aspect, some hidden power, that I’m simply missing out on.
This question is in the General Section. Responses must be helpful and on-topic.