By Akhter on August 26, 2013

13 Awesome And Useful Mac Apps For Developer

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With this collection, we aim to showcase some of the awesome and truly helpful Mac apps that will help developers a lot. Developers constantly need a lot of apps and tools in order to organize their work and hence increase their productivity. With the use of helpful and time saving apps, developers can design different types of applications for our use. In this collection, we have collected 13 awesome and great Mac apps that every developer must check out.

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Mobdis

Now you can expand into mobile marketing with our tool that lets you create impressive mobile sites easily.

Alfred

Alfred saves you time when you search for files online or on your Mac. Be more productive with hotkeys, keywords and file actions at your fingertips.

Net Beans

Quickly and easily develop desktop, mobile and web applications with Java, HTML5, PHP, C/C++ and more. NetBeans IDE is FREE, open source, and has a worldwide community of users and developers.

Little Ipsum

The best Latin text generator for OS X. Incredibly quick and lightweight.And it’s completely free!

D Term

Command line work isn’t a separate task that should live on its own—it’s an integrated part of your natural workflow. DTerm provides a context-sensitive command line that makes it fast and easy to run commands on the files you’re working with and then use the results of those commands.

Css Hat

SS Hat is a simple and highly useful Photoshop plugin that generates CSS3 based on your Photoshop layer styles.

Coda

You code the web. We revolutionized that process in Coda, putting everything in one place. An editor. Terminal. CSS. Files. But we knew we could do better.

Code Kit

CodeKit helps you build websites faster and better. Its flagship features are listed below and the one-minute teaser video to the right is a good place to start.

Flow

Flow is an award-winning, beautiful, fast, and reliable FTP + SFTP client. With URL Copying, Droplets, a built-in editor, and QuickLook, it’s no wonder why Flow is the go-to choice for those who want the best.

X Scope

Created specifically for designers & developers, xScope is a powerful set of tools that are ideal for measuring, inspecting & testing on-screen graphics and layouts.

Spark 2

Spark is a powerful, and easy Shortcuts manager. With Spark you can create Hot Keys to launch applications and documents, execute AppleScript, control iTunes, and more. You can also export and import your Hot Keys library, or save it in HTML format to print it.

Clipboard History

Clipboard History is a very simple and straightforward application that keeps your history of copied items, and provides a configurable hotkey so you can paste them inside of any app. These items can be images, text or a mix of them (rich text, like PDFs and HTML).

Fluid App

Web applications like Gmail, Facebook, Campfire and Pandora are becoming more and more like desktop applications every day. Running each of these web apps in a separate tab in your browser can be a real pain.





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Comments

All apps are very useful. I am using Clipboard History which is useful apps. Spark 2 is new for me. Thanks for sharing information.

This is one of the easiest tutorial for making a content slider. So easy to use and comes up with lots of features:

http://youcanshout.blogspot.com/2013/08/bxslider-easy-to-use-jquery-plugin-for.html

Worldshaking Mac apps. Xscope is interesting app. Thanks for sharing.

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