To celebrate the launch of the Pack Studio, we announced the
first-ever Coda Packathon back in June. And now the Packs are in. Now we’re asking you to cast your vote for who will take home the Packathon’s community choice award—and $1,000 cash.
Here’s how to vote for your favorite Pack:
Explore the submissions. Click the
button on your favorites by this Wednesday, August 17th. And we’ll announce the winner at the end of August.
Who’d you vote for? Let us know in the comments—and don’t forget to tag the maker!
August 17th which hour?
Who’d I vote for? Hmm, other than my own
Edit Images Pack I voted for Mapbox, JS Charts, Mailchimp, and a couple more that I thought were cute
OMG only one day left!
Jerome wants to win and has the Stripe Printer at full steam ahead
You can now create, update and delete invoices with the Stripe Pack! It includes a range of actions to manage the full lifecycle of invoices in different ways:
You have a couple of options:
Create line items first and then the invoice.
Create line items at the same time of the invoice.
Create line items after you created the invoice and while it is still in draft.
If you have feedback or a feature request don’t hesitate to reply
I am par…
Voting closes tomorrow at 5PM ET.
Who’d you vote for?
The Edit Images Pack (by
@Paul_Danyliuk ) The Mailchimp Pack (by
@Daniel_Stieber ) JS Flowchart
Coda Map Integration
Sorry for not tagging everybody but I’m not sure who is who on the Community
… And whatever the outcome is, I just want to congratulate (in advance) every Maker who submitted a pack for their hard inspiring work !!!
And the Community Choice winner is…
Edit Images Pack by @Paul_Danyliuk! Congrats Paul, and thanks to everyone that participated and voted. You can see the full list of Packathon winners here:
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The votes are in! Our panel of judges have reviewed the entries to the Coda Packathon, and let me be the first to say, you have blown us away with the quality and ingenuity of your submissions.
We started the Packathon as a celebration of the Pack Studio, and I can’t think of a better way to commemorate the launch than by demonstrating the creativity of the Coda community. Without further ado, here are your winners of the Coda Packathon: