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Coffeecup HTML Editor.

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CoffeeCup HTML Editor is an HTML editor. Originally created by Nicholas Longo and Kevin Jurica, it was first released to the public in August 1996. Until version 12.5 released in 2012, it was capable of WYSIWYG editing.

According to the authors the editor was the first to support Javascript (version 3.5 Sep. 1996), split-screen editing (version 4.0, March 1997) and built-in FTP upload (version 5.2, February 1998).

It was voted Best Windows HTML Editor in the About.com Readers' Choice Awards two years in a row in 2011 and 2012.[1]


CoffeeCup Software was started in a coffee house called “The Raven & The Sparrow” which was owned by the company's founder, Nicholas Longo. This was the only coffee house that offered free internet access in Corpus Christi, Texas at the time.[5][6][7]

Longo bought the domain "www.coffeecup.com" and designed a website for his coffee house. He soon received requests from other business owners who wanted help designing their own sites. Longo started by designing those sites using Notepad. After designing a website in this manner, he felt there was an opportunity to create a program to make designing websites easier. Longo got together with a regular customer of his coffee shop who was a programmer and they created the first version of the HTML Editor.

Since the coffee house already had the www.coffeecup.com domain name, the fledgling software company was named CoffeeCup Software and the first program was named CoffeeCup HTML Editor. Longo posted the program on his website. Eventually, CoffeeCup began charging $20USD for the program. In 1996 Longo decided to put away the espresso machines and devote full-time attention to developing software.[citation needed]

CoffeeCup offers a core group of programs free to schools. CoffeeCup Software's K–12 Donation Program allows public schools to request the Educational Software Package (ESP) Free for classroom use to elementary and secondary public schools, and public libraries.[8]


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