Espresso is back. For people who make delightful, innovative, and fast websites -- in an app to match. Espresso helps you write, code, design, build, and publish with flair and efficiency. Sophisticated text features, amazing Live Preview with Browser Xray, CSSEdit tools, the Navigator, Dynamo auto-building, and Server Sync. Whether you're starting from scratch or tweaking a live site, Espresso has you covered.
- Browser Preview and Xray - Local project? Enjoy the best auto-refresh in the business. Xray your page layout to quickly edit relevant styles. The best part? It works in Chrome, Firefox and Safari (including Technology Preview).
- Overrides with Live Styling and Xray - Change CSS for live sites and see your design update in real-time. No need to publish, reload or even save. Only Espresso makes playing with live projects this fun, easy and non-destructive.
- CSSEdit Tools for Supercharged Style Sheets - The new Espresso lets you build first-class standard CSS, but also modular SCSS and LESS. Styling is a joy with the beautiful Navigator, auto-building by Dynamo and incredible integration with Live Preview and Overrides. Our award-winning CSSEdit visual tools and code formatting live on inside Espresso, with frictionless editors for colors, gradients, shadows, layouts and more - available for standard and dynamic CSS. Everything just works.
- Zen Snippets - Zen shortcuts let you combine and expand abbreviations based on tags and custom snippets.
- Toolbar Favorites - Customize your toolbar with contextual actions, snippets and menus for quick access.
- Templates - For files, folders or projects. Use a built-in one, or save your reusable bits. A real time-saver.
- Workspace - Now with the flexibility of tabs while integrating even more smoothly with your project files.
- Open Quickly - Switch between documents without taking your fingers off the keyboard. It's Go time.
- Solid Basics - Zippy editing. CodeSense. Folding. Indentation guides. Bracket balancing. All there, quietly helping.
- Multi-Edit - Make many changes at once, not one change many times. Multiple selections make renaming things a breeze.
- Navigator - No mere function menu. Effortlessly navigate your code structure with groups, style previews and Quick Filter.
- Language Support - Out of the box: HTML, (S)CSS, LESS, JS, CoffeeScript, PHP, Ruby, Python, Apache and XML. Extensible with syntax plug-ins.
- Fantastic Find - Needle and haystack no more. Project Find and Replace, Quick Filter and colorized regex make searching through files or text a breeze.
- Plug-In Power - Espresso comes with an extensive plug-in API for actions, syntaxes, formatting, and more. Check out the Power Up section.
- The Dynamics of Static - We dig the inherently secure speed of static websites, and the convenience, reusability and flexibility in dynamic content systems. So, we started Dynamo: Espresso's built-in build infrastructure. It elevates the languages you know and love, producing content without server requirements. Opt in and discover auto-building with unrivaled Live Preview integration where you need it most.
- Superb CSS - SCSS and LESS are popular for their nested rules, variables and functions. Espresso has fantastic support, even when using them with Preview Overrides.
- Markdown and HTML - Reuse page components with imports and smart paths. Generate entire folders with template mixins (our blog!).
- In-App Beta - Advanced CSS support is solid and absolutely dynamite, but we're still evaluating some features like folder template mixins. They may change significantly later.
- Say Hello to Clodette - With Quick Publish, Server Sync and Quick Browse, you have the right tools for all your publishing needs. Ready for action in the new Clodette overview menu.
- Server Sync - Keep entire projects in sync with their server. Also pushing a specific folder to a CDN? No problem! Cloud Attack powers super-fast change detection and parallel transfers.
- App-Wide Favorites - Server credentials are now saved globally - or not at all, ideal for one-off transfers. Many sites on one server? One favorite can power multiple Project Servers, each connecting to its own folder.
- Quick Publish on Save - Introduced way back, auto-upload-on-save is still a goodie. Use the action menu for more manual control. All seamlessly integrated with your Project Servers - project-wide or folder specific.
Note (from the developer's site): "An Espresso license comes with one year of free features. Renew annually to keep receiving new updates.... You can continue to use the last update within your licensed year indefinitely, and skip or renew at your leisure. Think of it as a time-based replacement of the traditional major version upgrade cycle."
Note: Version 4.x is a paid upgrade for all who purchased version 2.x prior to 1 April 2016.
- Certificate trust panel for HTTPS previews with an unknown or invalid certificate.
- Dragging a URL from Safari to Espresso in the Dock opens a new preview.
- Support for PEM-formatted keys when configuring SFTP key-based authentication.
- A new keyboard shortcut for Move Tab to New Window, and the ability to use outside the Workspace.
- (S)CSS Override and Xray support for @imported style sheets.
- Using the Xray link click button now respects onclick scripts.
- Command-clicking an existing selection now removes it from Multi Edit.
- Tagging of PHP versus HTML+PHP so custom snippets are activated in the expected language.
- Support for syntax themes symlinking to another file (useful for theme development).
- Traditional display of "index.html" in the Workspace until we re-evaluate the feature.
- Window positioning for projects and document windows, as well as the Projects gallery.
- The "Open…" panel now allows selecting package contents.
- Trial menu bar item would remain visible after unlocking.
- When browsing a server in column view, the first column would sometimes fail to reload.
- Find bar would not support tabbing between fields, depending on system settings.
- Re-Indent would not adjust the spacing after commas in CSS selectors.
- Renaming a file and clicking right of the name would end the rename.
- In previews, Open Link/Frame in New Window wouldn't do anything.
- Protocol-relative URLs would be interpreted as a comment in CSS.
- Double-clicking the title bar now respects system settings.
- Reloading a preview would be too aggressive, resulting in lost login sessions.
- Intel, 64-bit processor
- macOS 10.12.2 or later