Panic’s Coda web code editor has joined the dark side, at least for macOS Mojave users. Coda 2.7 for Mac now supports Apple’s system-wide Dark Mode appearance feature when running macOS 10.14 or later, and all Coda users will appreciate a general appearance refresh including a new coat of paint on the app icon.
Panic highlights a dozen new features total in Coda 2.7:
- Added support for macOS 10.14 Dark system appearance
- Fresh appearance throughout Coda, including a new app icon
- Folder transfer operations will now use multiple connections for improved performance
- Amazon S3 improvements: V4 API support and Multi-part uploading for files > 5GB
- Support for SFTP ProxyCommand when using ssh config files
- Added support for PKCS #11 cryptographic keys (such as Yubikey devices)
- Added auth-agent support (including Krypton)
- New file Info window
- File tag support
- File path copy support
- Added smart path completion when dragging SVG files to the editor
- Full IPv6 support for all server types
Check out the complete release notes including improvements and bug fixes on Panic’s website. Coda 2.7 is a free update to existing Coda 2 customers; new customers can pick up the web code editor for Mac for $99.