Espresso from MacRabbit Software
There is something very exciting coming for web developers on the Mac late this fall and it’s from the same great company that gives us 2007 Apple Design Award winner, CSSEdit. MacRabbit has been hard at work giving us the same style, elegance, and usability that is offered in CSSEdit, but for HTML and more. Turns out the project has evolved into a project managing, file editing and uploading beauty that looks to compete directly with Panic’s own Coda, released last year.
Espresso is still in beta testing but is slated for a November 2008 release. I’m very excited to get my hands on this software. Web design is such a tedious process, and while Coda made a valiant attempt at integrating and relieving the stress, it still lacks the poise and elegance that I’m positive MacRabbit will deliver. If you are interested in being the first to know about more MacRabbit news, you can signup at the bottom of the info page.
Also, if you are passionate about a particular language being supported in Espresso, I would encourage you to get in contact with MacRabbit for more information on becoming a “Sugar Daddy” (or Mommy). Developers releasing plugins (called “Sugars”) adding support for a language gets the prestigious title as well as a free copy of Espresso. More details on that here.