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RandomNoise Coda

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randomnoise_coda_1_0.sit (5.19 MB)
MD5: 95386f1c4d2bb3e89200f16684668103
For System 7.0 - 7.6
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Coda is the first Java 100% Web site builder, which overcomes the limitations of HTML.

Who should use Coda?

Coda is aimed at Web designers, developers, and publishers eager to create graphically appealing, interactive Web sites with the accuracy, precision, and control of existing layout tools. Coda's elegant user interface and intuitive point-and-click metaphor makes it ideally suited for those familiar with graphic design or publishing.

What are Coda's main features?

  • Coda's main features include:
    • Precision layout and control of objects
       
    • Component architecture that allows Coda to be extensible
       
    • An object-oriented approach to Web page design
       
    • Support for object interactivity and communication
       
    • True WYSIWYG output on any Java-compatible Web browser

How is Coda different from HTML Web design tools?

Coda is an all-Java tool that overcomes the limitations of HTML. Coda builds on Java's object-oriented, cross-platform, dynamic nature to create compelling Web pages and applications. Designers can choose to develop Web sites entirely in Java or combine Coda with their existing HTML tools.

RandomNoise anticipates that initially Web designers will use Coda in conjunction with their current HTML-based tools as they make the transition toward more interactive Web design.

Excerpt: RandomNoise Coda FAQ sheet (Web Archive)

Compatibility
Architecture: PPC

Coda Version 1.0

Note: If you using a version of the Macintosh Operating System which has a Modern Memory Manager, it needs to be on. This may have the effect of not being able to run under SheepShaver emulation.

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MikeTomTom's picture
by MikeTomTom - 2020, February 5 - 11:16pm

I don't think this thing is 68k.

It's not. It's possibly not even emulator compatible.

I've updated the description.

m68k's picture
by m68k - 2020, February 5 - 4:29pm

I don't think this thing is 68k. Seems to be PPC only.