ExpressionEngine Developer’s ToolkitBuilding ExpressionEngine sites on a Mac? We're gathering all the resources you need to make your ExpressionEngine development as stream-lined as possible. Whether you use "Mountee":/ or not, these tools should transform your workflow. And they're *all completely free*.
Coda offers a variety of different ways to customise and extend, including modes, plugins and snippets. Here are some which may be useful for your ExpressionEngine projects.
Coda 2 ExpressionEngine Mode
Created by Michael SibleyMichael Sibley created a great EE syntax mode for Coda 2, which we're been pointing people towards. h5. Installation # Download and unzip ExpressionEngine.mode # Drag the folder into ~/Library/Application Support/Coda/Modes (If the Modes folder doesn't exist, create it) # If Coda's running, quit and relaunch. *Lion users:* To view ~/Library/, use _Go to Folder…_ from the _Go_ menu in _Finder_.
ExpressionEngine 2 Syntax Mode
ExpressionEngine 2 Clips
Created by Stefan RechsteinerStefan Rechsteiner created a great bunch of Coda Clips which include tab triggering. Find out more details on "his blog":http://www.stefanrechsteiner.com/blog/article/expressionengine-2-coda-clips/. h5. Installation # Download, unzip and double-click!
Espresso is a gorgeous app with a unified workflow. Here are some ways to extend it for EE projects.
ExpressionEngine 2 Sugar
Developed by Tom DaviesTom Davies has started work on a alpha version of an updated sugar for EE 2. More details on "github":https://github.com/tomdavies/expressionengine2.sugar and "this EE Forum post":http://expressionengine.com/forums/viewthread/195752/. h5. Installation # Download, unzip and double-click!
ExpressionEngine 1.x Sugar
Developed by Anthony ShortThis Espresso sugar gives adds the EE template syntax, giving you codesense, itemizers and more. More details on "github":http://github.com/anthonyshort/expressionengine.sugar h5. Installation # Download, unzip and double-click!
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