In October, I bought a new MacBook Pro and did a fresh install. I took notes on the software I installed with the hopes of sharing them with the world (as I did in 2014 and 2011). It’s now December and I finally have time to write the blog post. Busy!
Sync repository settings defined in .github/config.yml to GitHub, enabling Pull Requests for repository settings.
Sibbell. Email notifications for new releases of your Github starred projects.
BugHub. Desktop app for your Github.
Paw – The ultimate REST client for Mac. Via Beau Lebens.
stephenharris/wp-readme-to-markdown. If you maintain any WordPress plugins on Github, this is pretty freaking awesome.
CCMenu. Build status indicator for your Mac OS X menu bar. Shiny! (via Toy)
On Zack’s indirect suggestion, I’ve decided to do a clean install of Yosemite. As I wait for Yosemite to download, I thought I’d do an itemization of the software I’m using these days. The last time I did this was January 2011 — fun to see how some things change and others remain the same. Writing […]
InVision. Slick web app for reviewing / commenting on design comps. (via Matthew E.)
Rocketeer. “A fast deployer for the PHP world.” PHP answer to Capistrano.