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Using Komodo IDE's new Stackato Tools

By Troy Topnik, August 9, 2011

We've been writing a fair bit about Stackato recently, but mostly with IT managers and sysadmins in mind. We thought it was time to evangelize a bit to the Komodo community. Since it's developers who will be the day-to-day users of this platform, we'd like to get you involved a bit more and hear your feedback.

Category: komodo, stackato

Solving the Wedged Web App Problem with Komodo's Rx Toolkit

By Eric Promislow, July 18, 2011

As part of the beta launch for ActiveState's Stackato cloud platform, we've written a Rails app that tracks the tweet activity on some of the players in the upcoming American presidential election (only less than 16 months away as I write this!). You can read more about CandidateBuzz here.

Category: komodo, stackato

Node.js support in Komodo 7 Alpha 3

By Troy Topnik, June 23, 2011
Node support in Komodo

After months of hearing the question "When are you adding Node.js support to Komodo?" I'm very pleased to announce that Node.js autocomplete and debugging are available in Komodo IDE 7 Alpha 3.

Category: komodo

Komodo 7 Alpha 2: Improved Syntax Checking

By Eric Promislow, May 10, 2011
Komodo 7: Syntax Checking

The plan for rolling out Komodo 7 is to bring on a wave of new functionality with each new alpha. This time the main difference is a revamp in the way we do as-you-type syntax checking.

Category: komodo

Spring Into Savings - Spring Savings at ActiveState

By Sheila Rebellato, April 25, 2011

ActiveState Savings - Spring 2011Spring has arrived. Doesn't all that great, fresh air inspire you to get moving?

Save $50 - $500 on ActiveState developer tools until May 31, 2011 and get moving on all of your development projects!

Category: komodo, perl, promotions, tcl

Komodo 7 Alpha: Code Collaboration

By Troy Topnik, April 7, 2011
Komodo Collaboration

A couple of weeks ago we released Komodo IDE 7 Alpha 1 on an unsuspecting world. We want to get feedback on a couple of new features as early as possible so that we can incorporate the feedback in subsequent builds.

In other words: things might break, and things will change, but it'll be fun.

Category: komodo

NetBeans Drops Python Support as Komodo Adds More

By Eric Promislow, March 31, 2011
Komodo IDE for Dynamic Languages

A couple of months the ago the NetBeans project announced that it was abandoning support for Ruby. This week word spread that they were dropping Python as well (here and here.)

Category: komodo, python

97 Things Every Programmer Should Know: Bonus Ebook in March

By Sheila Rebellato, March 24, 2011

97 Things Every Programmer Should KnowDid you know that for the month of March we're giving away a bonus ebook with every purchase of Komodo IDE, Perl Dev Kit or Tcl Dev Kit?

Category: komodo, perl, promotions, tcl

Working with Django in Komodo 6.1

By Troy Topnik, February 25, 2011

Along with the project improvements in Komodo 6.1 there's a big bonus for Django developers. We did a lot of work in this release to improve the editing experience for Django users.

Komodo now has:

Category: komodo, python

Vote for Komodo! Best Web Editor for Windows and Mac

By Sheila Rebellato, February 11, 2011

Vote Komodo IDE Best Web EditorHoorah! Thanks to your nominations, we're now officially in the running for the 2011's Readers' Choice Awards on About.com's Web Design/HTML Guide. We're up for nomination for both Best Web Editor Windows, and Best Web Editor Mac. We need your vote to win!

<3 Komodo? Vote here:

Category: awards, komodo
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