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    Unibody's Avatar
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    May 31, 2009
    Vancouver, Canada
    15" Unibody (Jan 09)
    Must have Mac apps for web developers
    Please add to the list if you can.

    Sequel Pro:
    It's like phpMyAdmin with Apple's polished interface. I'm in love with this thing, it makes managing MySQL databases a dream. I wish there was an equivalent for Postgre, though.

    It's an SSH/FTP client and text editor in one. Another program I cannot live without.

    This lets you download an entire website (or parts of it) to your computer. This can be useful if you want to learn how a particular website design works.

    A utility that lets you store all your passwords (and generate random ones). If you have access to ~25 SSH servers like I, this is useful for keeping track of them all.

    Hmm, I thought I'd have more. If you don't like Coda, Cyberduck and TextWrangler make a good replacement.

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    Member Since
    Apr 17, 2010
    New York
    2 GHz Intel Core Duo, 2GB 667 MHz DDR2 SDRAM, 250GB Hard Drive
    I really like what sitesucker dose, All though isn't it copyrighted? Well not if you use it on your own site right?
    "My Mac Can Smack The Sh*t Out Of Your Mac "

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    Oct 22, 2007
    Mac Mini Core i7 2012 | White 2009 MacBook 2 Ghz | 733 Mhz G4 Quicksilver
    MacRabbit - CSSEdit - Web 2.0 in Style
    Maybe Coda is better, but this is a really cool CSS editor

    Balthisar Software : Products : Tidy
    cleans up your code and identifies any errors
    Member of the Month September 2008 & August 2012 | Found advice useful? use the rep system

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    Rawn's Avatar
    Member Since
    Sep 06, 2009
    Melbourne, Australia
    24" iMac, 3.06GHz processor, ATI Radeon HD 4850 graphics, 1TB HDD
    Sequel Pro is amazing. <3

    I prefer BBEdit for my coding/text editing. I don't know why really, it's just awesome. Might download the Coda trial though and see if it can change my mind.

    Also, I use 1Password for all my password needs. It's brilliant.

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    Member Since
    Jun 12, 2010
    Another vote for Sequel Pro, I used SQL Manager J before and Sequel Pro knocks it into a cocked hat. I also use Heidi in Windows on Parallels horrible interface and overly complicated.

    Another Application I've found to be invaluable is MAMP (I use the Pro version as I have several sites). It provides an Apache, MySQL and PHP server inside the Application, so you don't have to use the built-in Mac one.

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    Member Since
    Jan 07, 2010
    South Carolina
    MacBook :: Unibody:250Gb HD:4Gb RAM | iPhone 3G :: 8Gb :: Jailbroken
    Fugu is a great SFTP client for mac that's made life easier for me when I'm doing stuff server-side.

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    Member Since
    Sep 24, 2009
    Dunno what I'd do without Navicat and Markup (for iPad).

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    Member Since
    Jul 07, 2010
    If you haven't seen the firebug addon for firefox your missing out huge. It saves me literally hundreds of hours searching css files.

    It'll blow your mind mang

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