Wouldn't it be nice to live-edit pieces of code with your colleagues? What if you got stuck and you needed help? You could quickly invite someone to your project and let them fix the problem for you :)
I am aware there are existing solutions (mostly web-based) but I was mainly inspired by the now ageing SubEthaEdit / Coda apps and I wanted to get used to the new Photoshop CS6 so I wanted to have some fun creating a unique interface.
Oh also feel free to follow me on twitter if you like my work, I am @fffabs :)
about 1 year ago
Looks great man. Dark UIs are awesome for long usage.
Genius. What an awesome idea, I'd love to see this come to fruition.
bubbu... settete! :D
Nice work buddy!
Smart as always, Fabio.
Loving this idea.
What's the smiley all about? Some kind of status indicator? I think it could be more intuitive…
Except from that: excellent shot!
Yey thank you all :)
@Tobias T— they smileys are indeed status indicators, from top to bottom they are: online, idle, offline. I experimented a little bit but without actually typing the status or using colours this was the smallest and nicest I could come up with :)
This. Looks. Amazing.
Honestly, I think this might be game-changing if it was implemented well enough. Any plans to develop? :D
Wow ! Nice job !
@Maxwell Barvian oh I wish I had the skills or the time :P
I'm sleeping! Nice one Fabio.
@Yummygum ahah, yes you went offline, got fed up coding :P
I love your ideas, great work
Spacing can be improved. (User List on the left). Nice work.
The tabs could use more contrast, but overall, this is superb. SubEthaEdit is an awesome app btw, but yes, it's terribly ugly.
Like GitHUb, but on steroids, and Live.
FUCK SI :D
Nice job, Fabio! Love the dark UI :)
Brilliant idea! That'd be a godsend for plenty of team workflows.
I'd definitely be willing to build this if you open-sourced the design.
@Ken Erickson hey man, fancy working together?
Sure. Email me bookworm.productions [A.T] gmail [D.0.T] com
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