The ultra lightweight code editor for OS X.



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Yann Bertrand@_yannbertrand · Pokémon Master
A great replacement for TextEdit.
Barend@grooveplex · I follow back 💪
@_yannbertrand do you code in that? 😳
Fred Oliveira@f · Product, Engineering at
@grooveplex does that matter? For a full-fledged editor you might as well go with something more mature. This _is_ a good replacement for textedit. Probably not so for Vim, Atom or Sublime.
Patrick Harris@napoleonicwars · CS Student at UofT
@grooveplex @_yannbertrand Code is just text. Programs like these (and others like VS Code, Atom, Sublime etc..) can write code with syntax highlighting but can't run the actual program
Laszlo Levente Mári@noxowe · Dev / Consultant
Probably the best code editor for presentations
Arun Pattnaik@arunpattnaik · UX'er for web startups, maker of things.
I love how fast this is. A file-list would be a great addition imo.
Garet EliotMakerHiring@gareteliot
@arunpattnaik This is a feature that will be added in the future ( Just ironing out the kinks to make it as powerful as possible before implementing such a large change.
TonHunter@t55 · Mac'aholic
Lovely new code editor for OS X. Comes without your regular powerhouse coding bells & whistles, but it's fast and powerful enough for quick code editing. Has GitHub Gists and small paste sharing and has more intergrations planned.
Fraser Smith@frassmith · Software Developer, Shanghai, China
I didn't think that I had room for yet another code editor, but boy is this one fast. Loaded, parsed and highlighted a 35K line JSON (with code folding) in a flash. Coda II, my old war-horse takes several seconds to do the same.