18 comments

  • Alex ChanAlex Chan, 8 months ago

    Hmm... I wonder how Panic will respond to this name.

    Product looks cool though. Reminds me of some of the stuff Jupyter Notebook and Dropbox Paper are doing.

    23 points
    • Jamie Diamond, 8 months ago

      Yeah, I was going to say: I too enjoy developing through a native macOS web IDE.

      I've seen overlap a few times, and I'm never impressed when it's not something that's been planned for and discussed.

      2 points
    • Nick NobleNick Noble, 8 months ago

      No to mention Notion

      11 points
  • Marcel Wichmann Marcel Wichmann , 8 months ago

    I literally thought this is a rebrand and rethought of Panic's Coda.

    16 points
  • Todd FTodd F, 8 months ago

    First reaction: https://www.panic.com/coda/

    13 points
  • Nathan HueningNathan Huening, 8 months ago

    Looks sweet indeed! Gold standard remains Notion, so Coda's got its work cut out

    7 points
    • dave fdave f, 8 months ago

      Yeah from what I hear they were pretty heavily influenced by Notion

      0 points
  • David SimpsonDavid Simpson, 8 months ago

    I reckon Panic won't appreciate you using the name Coda for your product

    2 points
  • Michael FMichael F, 7 months ago

    Regardless that the name Coda is already used by a popular dev app. I don't see the relevance of the name for this app... You hear Coda, you assuming coding.

    1 point
  • Jeremy OlsonJeremy Olson, 8 months ago

    Hey, thanks for posting Maxwell! Super excited to finally be able to talk about this. I worked on the website so if you have feedback, would love to hear it!

    1 point
    • Craig Garner, 8 months ago

      I enjoyed the un-fussy presentation of the website; Concise and well-written. Great job!

      2 points
      • Jeremy OlsonJeremy Olson, 8 months ago

        Thanks! Wish I could take credit for the copy. Worked with our awesome writer, Laura Tsunoda on that.

        0 points
    • dave fdave f, 8 months ago

      It could probably be worthwhile to add your scroll chevron affordance to the mobile. Had thought it was just a single landing page initially.

      0 points
  • Owen McFadzenOwen McFadzen, 8 months ago

    This looks fantastic! I enjoyed Airtable, Dropbox paper and notation but just the fact that they were not core pieces of software (in my case google drive or mail) made it difficult to remember them and keep them. I hope it's different in this case.

    0 points
  • Cristian MoiseiCristian Moisei, 8 months ago

    This could be a good alternative to Quip, who now sold their soul to SalesForce and costs a fortune to use.

    0 points