Discussion in 'OT Technology' started by exify, Jan 2, 2009.
ive heard coda is good
which ftp is better? transmit or cyberduck or soemthing?
hook a nga up
good choice getting a mac
I use cyberduck....
Also try adium (aim alternative)
ya i got adium all up and going
firefox instead of safari (mainly for foxmarks from my windows pc)
im using mail.app instead of thunderbird.. good idea?
yea def keep rolling with firefox, not a fan of safari. as far as mail, i don't use mail anymore like I used to on a pc (thunderbird). I didn't like the mail app for mac so I just check my gmail via a bookmark, which I like better
im not into gmail, i still use imap and thunderbird... people keep trying to make me use gmail but i dont really see a use for it, what i have works. lol.
who is your email provider? imap is just a protocol for emails
yea i know, i have a vps, i use my own domain.
terminal for all ssh
i don't like cyberduck. i prefer filezilla.
the best app for a mac is Ubuntu
Really, all I use is:
MAMP - Easy local MySQL/PHP installer
Although, I have been using Coda recently because of its project capabilities, tabbed interface, and auto-complete.
CyberDuck looks pretty cool.. didn't know about it
you realize mysql/php come preinstalled on OSX right?
Yeah, but not PHP5 and some other things I needed
Cocoa Mysql is discontinued, use Sequel Pro instead.
My must have apps are:
Firefox, Adium, Quicksilver, Vuze, Grand Perspective, Path Finder, Connect 360, Multiclutch (New macbooks only), Adobe CS4, MAcports, Open Office, Skype, Texk Wrangler, VLC, VMWare Fusion
EDIT: Oh, and I'm a java developer so IntelliJ Idea, Apache Tomcat, Mysql. I also have a bunch of scripts that I use regularly that I transfer as well. Also, I use Synergy like crazy for sharing multiple computers with one keyboard/mouse.
Quicksilver for quick app launching, file moving, etc