Not quite sure what Microsoft were thinking they were achieving here, but putting CSS inline is pretty much the worst way to try and manage an element like this.
Diet Coda has been available on the App Store all day here in Australia, and to say Panic have done a good job of it is an understatement.
Diet Coda is a damn gorgeous app!
I have been using Diet Coda most of today to update the site here, it’s performed flawlessly. I’ve been copying and pasting code from TypeKit, directly editing the CSS, and just generally cleaning up the site, and I couldn’t be happier.
There’s no denying that the iPad is a creation device. You could literally build a website from the ground up in Diet Coda on the iPad. The code completion is awesome, admittedly I’ve only been tweaking CSS so far, but from the demo content I’ve seen it’s equally adept at numerous languages.
If you maintain any websites, and you have an iPad, do yourself a favour and go and purchase Diet Coda.
Update: The one thing I couldn’t work out was how to edit invisible files, ie. .htaccess
Update 2: Federico from Mac Stories has a great review up on the Macstories site.
Timeline is a jQuery plugin specialized in showing a chronological series of events. You can embed all kinds of media including tweets, videos and maps, and associate them with a date. With some design tweaks, this will make it perfect for a portfolio in which you showcase your work and interests.
Check out the demo, it’s really quite cool.