Komodo 8.5.4 has been released - containing bug fixes and improvements.
Manually print to output tab in Komodo.
Ever wondered what's going on in there when you're working with Komodo? Ever wondered how a component works? Well why not walk through the code as Komodo does?
I like to use Komodo without any panes or tabs showing - just the editor. Normally I would use keybindings to toggle the relevant panes when I need them but I wanted something more intuitive; so I wrote a macro.
PHP - taking a look at future PHP releases to see what's coming in the future.
This macro allows opening the current file in another location, such as an alternative branch location.
How I "accidentally" made building on Linux much easier by using Docker and SSH X11 port forwarding.
Each day us programmers spend hours upon hours looking at our screen, and the main thing we look at is not our IDE, it's not our software or our browser; it's our code. So it's only natural that our code should be a pleasure to look at. One side of this is completely in your own hands; writing clean and sensible code. The other side slightly less so; the font you choose to represent your code.
A Komodo startup macro that injects a menu element at startup into the Tools menu, allowing users to save the current workspace (all the currently opened files) and restore previously saved ones.
A glimpse of Komodo IDE 9 - check out what we've working on and contribute towards the next version by reporting bugs or enhancement ideas.