“Since we first released Espresso, users have been clamoring to use CSSEdit’s visual editors and X-ray in Espresso,” said Norbert, the magical rabbit that secretly runs software operations at MacRabbit. “And on the other side, CSSEdit users wanted access to the advanced editing, publishing and workflow features available in Espresso. We are super excited to finally be able to offer the best of both worlds.”
Espresso 2 is out now, and we think it will make a lot of people very happy. CSSEdit is now exclusively integrated, with advanced new visual tools for CSS3 gradients, shadows and more. Also making the jump from CSSEdit are X-ray, Live Styling and Overrides — the awesome technologies that have made CSS styling on the Mac fun and productive for years.