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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.

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

SiteSucker:
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.

KeePassX
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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I really like what sitesucker dose, All though isn't it copyrighted? Well not if you use it on your own site right?

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MacRabbit - CSSEdit - Web 2.0 in Style
Maybe Coda is better, but this is a really cool CSS editor

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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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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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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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Dunno what I'd do without Navicat and Markup (for iPad).
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If you haven't seen the firebug addon for firefox your missing out huge. It saves me literally hundreds of hours searching css files.


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