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CSSEdit 2.6

Macworld | CSSEdit 2.6:

Because CSSEdit offers a live preview of Web-accessible pages, it’s a great tool for working with template systems.

I tried the ever famous Coda but found it missed out in this respect. I make my websites in CakePHP and found Coda to be just as cumbersome as using multiple apps when trying to preview. I stuck with Transmit and Textmate, but I found missed the nice CSS editor. Sometimes its just nice to see that tag you can't remember the syntax for. CSSEdit fills that niche and a whole lot more. I highly recommend it.

Posted on February 08, 2008 at 11:11 am
tags: software mac
 

I'll Take My Mac To Go

At Macworld Apple released the MacBook Air. If you live under a rock you can learn more about it at http://www.apple.com/macbookair/. This computer reminds me a lot of my current on the go setup. I have a 12" Powerbook with a broken DVD drive. Since I have a nice iMac at home I never use the firewire port. I use a bluetooth Apple Mouse (not mighty mouse). The only port that is missing that I use on an infrequent basis, is the ethernet port. We often do LAN starcraft parties and if someone doesn't have a computer I let them use my Powerbook. I don't think I'd trust the wireless for a LAN game so i'd probably have to buy the USB to ethernet dongle. Once my budget puts me in the market for a new laptop i'll seriously consider a MacBook Air.

Posted on January 16, 2008 at 3:21 pm
tags: mac apple
 

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