I hate laying out tedious HTML tables. I know you do too. In fact, I'm sure you have a better way of doing it then typing it out tag for closing tag. This post is to show you how you can easily write a snippet in Komodo that does that for you.
2013 has been a fruitful year for us and we would like to give thanks in the best way possible: passing savings onto our supporters! From Thanksgiving Thursday to Cyber Monday, we will be holding a dev tools sale just for you:
A user complained that when he loaded a particular PHP file into Komodo, the editor would become unresponsive, and there would be no code intelligence. A quick check outside the editor showed most of what I needed to know about this file:
I am pleased to announce that Komodo IDE and Edit 8.5.0 are officially released.
On behalf of the Komodo team, I'd like to thank all of our beta testers, customers, and anyone who has given feedback over the years. Komodo continues to evolve as a leading IDE thanks to your efforts.
Arch Linux ARM (ALARM) is a distribution of Linux for ARM computers. Since ARM architecture is found in microprocessors and semiconductors made by a wide range of manufacturers, including Apple, Broadcom and Texas Instruments, chances are that at least one of your devices has an ARM-based processor.
This month, ActiveState is running a Komodo IDE fundraiser. $50 of each license sold of Komodo IDE or ActivePerl/Tcl Pro Studio will go towards efforts for the conservation of endangered species such as the Komodo Dragon.
As a thank you gift, each customer will receive a gift bag containing an official certificate and an awesome Komodo plushie!
We have officially shipped Komodo IDE/Edit 8.0, and are now getting a bit of bandwidth after responding to the overwhelming feedback -- bandwidth being the operative word after one of our servers was nearly brought to a halt from Komodo downloads!