Earlier this week, Macaw's creators announced a new incarnation of the app, Macaw Scarlet, with advanced support for CSS and other powerful improvements for pro designers. The current program will be renamed Macaw Indigo; the company says it's better for early prototyping, while Scarlet--which has no release date as of this writing--is designed to actually produce sites. Though that message seems to contradict how the current version of Macaw initially pitched itself, I can't deny that Scarlet seems poised to fill in a lot of the gaps I found in the original.
Though I used to wish for a program like Macaw, the current version left me longing for my days of coding by hand. If you end up feeling the same, take heart: Among its promised features, Scarlet prominently advertises a text editor for your code.
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