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I bought my mac basically for programming. What are the MUST applications? So far I have textmate.

I want to study ruby and php.

What do I need on my computer for local development, and what do I need to lower my stress levels by helpful applications?

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Here you will find some of the most useful Apps.
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BBEdit. If you can't afford BBEdit, then use TextWrangler until you can.
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Smultron. It kicks *** and knows many Syntax formats.

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I'm a web dev who made the switch. I'm currently using Smultron for editing, it handles PHP, HTML, CSS fine and I'm using CyberDuck for FTP'ing. When I first switched the program crashed quite a bit but the latest build seems to be quite stable and I have no complaints.
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I highly recommend Eclipse, and BBEdit.

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Taco HTML, CSSEdit, DreamWeaver, RapidWeaver, SKEDIT... these are all fun!

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