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|Created on||2021-05-05 02:32:42|
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Can a native Mac code editor really be that much better? Find out.
If we’re being honest, Mac apps are a bit of a lost art. There are great reasons to make cross-platform apps — to start, they’re cross-platform — but it’s just not who we are. Founded as a Mac software company in 1997, our joy at Panic comes from building things that feel truly, well, Mac-like.
Long ago, we created Coda, an all-in-one Mac web editor that broke new ground. But when we started work on Nova, we looked at where the web was today, and where we needed to be. It was time for a fresh start.
It all starts with our first-class text-editor.
It’s new, hyper-fast, and flexible, with all the features you want: smart autocomplete, multiple cursors, a Minimap, editor overscroll, tag pairs and brackets, and way, way more.
It’s also very expandable, with a robust API and a built-in extension browser.
(Here’s a little editor story for fun. During beta we found some bugs in Apple’s text layout engine that we just could not fix. Our solution? Writing our own text layout manager… from scratch. Not only did this fix the bugs, but it also boosted our editor’s performance. We’re not messing around!)
But even the best text engine in the world means nothing unless you actually enjoy spending your time in the app. So, how does Nova look?
It’s beautiful. And clean. And fun.
You can make Nova look exactly the way you want, while still feeling Mac-like. Bright, dark, cyberpunk, it’s all you. Plus, themes are CSS-like and easy to write. Nova can even automatically change your theme when your Mac switches from light to dark mode.
Screenshot showing Bright, a default interface theme in Nova.
Nova doesn’t just help you code. It helps your code run.
You can easily create build and run tasks for your projects. We didn’t have them in Coda, but boy do we have them now. They’re custom scripts that can be triggered at any time by toolbar buttons or keyboard shortcuts.
Imagine building content, and with the single click of a button watching as Nova fires up your local server, grabs the appropriate URL, and opens a browser for you, instantly. Just think of the time you’ll save.
Nova supports separate Build, Run, and Clean tasks. It can open a report when run. And the scripts can be written in a variety of languages.
- macOS 10.14.4 or later
- Web Site
- Developer Website
What’s New in Nova 6.2
- Addressed a potential crash when calculating annotation display ranges
- Resolved an issue with soft wrapping documents that use CRLF line endings
- Columnar selection of wrapped, indented lines now works as expected
- Cursor insertion points are now maintained on save when “Auto-trim trailing whitespace” is enabled
- Fixed an issue with key binding conflict-calculations when using the AZERTY layout
- Ruby: Resolved an issue parsing bracket closures
- Ruby: using and extend keywords in class definitions are now parsed as expected
- YAML: Resolved a potential issue with parsing symbols that contain certain symbolic characters
- YAML: Fixed an issue with parsing block scalars followed by other block scalars
- TypeScript: Corrected a problem with interface method parsing
- JSX / TSX: Fixed an issue with parsing of object literals that contain self-closing tags
- JSX / TSX: Fixed a potential issue where TypeScript type annotations could interfere with tag parsing
- SASS: Resolved an issue with parsing attributes that have whitespace between the name and colon
- Terminal: Double-clicking symbols now selects them
- Terminal: Resolved a potential crash related to URL detection
- Terminal: Using OptionArrow to move the cursor by word-boundary now works as expected
- Terminal: Fixed a potential issue with host key alerts not being displayed after removing a server from known_hosts
- Terminal: Corrected an issue where servers saved without a password wouldn’t use the default port value as expected