ive been travelling, so i missed the block party and have only just seen the replay videos.
well done CODA indeed!
you have addressed the two biggest things that i and my clients were lacking… and all in one go.
the ability to have multiple columns, nested pages and pages as rows allows us to build dashboards and ux widgets where everything we need is at-a-glance. (no more talk about notion and its ways)
we can now extend the abilities of formulas and buttons and columns to meet the specific needs of each industry.
and it also provides a way to evolve the product faster… makers can prototype new features as packs and if they become popular, coda can incorporate them into the core of the product.
and the ability to have an open marketplace for such packs changes the landscape significantly. advanced makers can be rewarded for their innovations. and so the amount of innovation will increase significantly.
i am so pleased with this announcement. my investment in coda skills and commitment to the platform now seems to be well justified. and i can see my dependence on other tools reducing significantly.
while i would indeed LOVE to be a beta tester for these features, my most urgent request is for access to the DOCUMENTATION as early as possible so we can begin planning on incorporating these features into future client projects. the magic is in the DETAILS. so we need to see those details a.s.a.p
well done all at CODA
well done indeed!