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Komodo Abbreviations: Inserting Snippets by Name

By Eric Promislow, December 15, 2010

Coding is fun, but typing is work. Komodo IDE provides several features that let you do less typing so you can have more fun.

The most obvious keystroke-saving feature is autocomplete, but Komodo also has a method for inserting snippets of code by typing their name in the buffer. We call this feature Abbreviations.

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All our stuff is supported on Windows 7

By Graham Stuart, December 6, 2010

ActiveState Products that work on Windows 7Are you wondering if the ActiveState product you want to use will work on Windows 7?

A Komodo Toolbox for the Next Generation

By Eric Promislow, November 22, 2010
Toolbox Screencast

The new toolbox in Komodo 6 (available in Komodo IDE and Komodo Edit) has addressed several concerns we and many of our customers have had over the years. This screencast introduces some of the changes and new features, and the post goes into a bit more detail.

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How Komodo IDE 6 changed my workflow

By Tara Gibbs, November 18, 2010

Komodo IDE 6I've been using the Projects pane & Fast Open to smooth out my workflow and make it easier to quickly switch between codebases. Let me show you how Komodo 6 can reduce the friction in your workflow.

Create Komodo projects and keep them in version control

Tags: ide, komodo, komodo 6
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Much love for Komodo IDE 6 - thanks for sharing your feedback!

By Angie Hirata, November 10, 2010

If you haven't tried or bought the newly released Komodo IDE 6 already, what are you waiting for?

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ActiveState wants your BRAAAAAAAAAAAAAAINS!

By Kendra Penrose, October 28, 2010

ActiveState is hiring python komodo developersWell, sort of...ActiveState is hiring. So, if your brain fits either of these descriptions we want to hear from you:

Python Tech Lead

Komodo - Mozilla/Python Developer

Introducing Komodo IDE's Database Explorer

By Eric Promislow, October 25, 2010

Data. It's everywhere. We leave a trail of it everywhere we go, both on the web, and in real life, and these days there aren't many applications that don't use a database, even if it's just a simple table to track high scores in a game. And while the languages Komodo supports are great for interacting with databases, if you wanted to view your database tables you needed to use a tool outside Komodo.

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Places and Projects in Komodo 6

By Troy Topnik, October 19, 2010

If you're new to Komodo, you probably won't know or care that the Project system has just undergone a huge change. The left sidebar now displays a file browser called Places that works pretty much like a regular file manager. Beneath it is a sub-pane called Projects, and with a little poking around you can quickly figure out how they work together.

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Komodo 6 Now Supports HTML5 and CSS3

By Todd Whiteman, October 14, 2010

Komodo Web Languages HTML 5 and CSS 3Komodo 6 includes support for the latest and greatest web technologies,like HTML5 and CSS3.

HTML5

Komodo already provides a slew of great features for working with HTML, such as

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ActiveState Komodo IDE 6 Released!

By Sheila Rebellato, October 7, 2010

ActiveState Komodo IDE 6

The wait is over: Komodo IDE 6 has been released!

After months of development and beta testing (thanks, beta testers!) we're proud to announce that Komodo 6 is now officially available.

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