Coding in the cloud: Amy Editor

Coding in the cloud: Amy Editor

By | December 9th, 2012
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This is one online service that few people may have heard of, and we’d

like to rectify that.


														               
							 	 						

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This is one online service that few people may have heard of, and we’d like to rectify that. This service hasn’t been updated in a long time, but still compares quite well to some of the newer services when it come to features. It is rather impressive considering that it seems to be a one-person project.

If a lean and simple interface is what you desire, you’ll find Amy Editor interesting enough”

Amy Editor has a rather simple interface, in fact the first thing you see when you visit the website is a message telling you that the code hasn’t been updated in five years. After that what you will find in front of you is a rather Mac-like UI. The interface theme is heavily inspired by the Mac OSX way of doing things, not only in terms of visuals, but also in the way buttons are placed.

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