Anyone who is familiar with the supported languages can easily handle this tool. After you import your project, every file will be nicely organized into groups based on their usability.
You can use the integrated search tool to immediately find a certain file from your project. Once you finish working on your project, you can preview it in your default web browser.
In my testing, I imported a sample file that's been downloaded from the web. From my point of view (I have little experience in website building field), the app worked flawlessly. It didn't work slowly when importing the project, was very simple to handle, and used minimum CPU resources while running on my Mac. So, I can't find anything bad to say about this tool. Either way, you can test the program for free and decide yourself if it's worth buying CodeKit for your Mac or look for a different solution.
- Can compile various types of languages
- Comes with an efficient search tool
- Provides you with a quick way to preview your project
- The paid, full version is a bit expensive