TextMate Shortcuts Desktop

Aug 23 2009 Published by under Apple,Mac,OS X,Ruby,TextMate

I’ve been using this TextMate shortcuts Desktop Wallpaper for two years already, it’s really helpful, no matter how long have you used TextMate. And, did we missed anything new about TextMate in the past two or three years? I don’t think so.

Snow Leopard is here already, but we still know nothing about TextMate 2.

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TextMate Keyboard Shortcuts Desktop Wallpaper 1280 x 800

TextMate Keyboard Shortcuts Desktop Wallpaper 1920 x 1200

Source: Scott Boms

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Coda is on sale for three days!

May 27 2009 Published by under Apple,English,Mac,OS X

Coda is one of my favorite Editor/Site Manager/Terminal tools. It has everything I need for the web development.


Anyway, even I get no benefits from promoting them, I still want you to know:

Yes! Coda, Transmit, CandyBar, and Unison are 50% off. It’s never happened before, and it’ll probably never happen again. Serious.

  • Prices are only valid from 12:01 AM PST May 27th to 11:59 PM PST May 29th.
  • Enjoy these apps today and lock in a discount towards any future paid updates.


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Online Coding – Bespin

Feb 19 2009 Published by under English

Introducing Bespin from Dion Almaer on Vimeo.

More links:

Project Homepage

Try it now

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Coda 1.5 entering limited private beta

Jul 08 2008 Published by under Apple,English,Mac,OS X,Ruby,TextMate

One of my favorite editor on Mac is Coda, the most important part for me is in their tagline:

Compare with my another favorite editor, TextMate, every time I open it, I will open three more windows at the same time:

  • Terminal for running application
  • Terminal for mysql
  • Browser for view my pages and documents

Coda has all of these and even more:

Text editor + Transmit + CSS editor + Terminal + Books + More = Whoah.

But, on another side, leaking of version control and no powerful bundles as TextMate keep a lot of Ruby developers out of it.

Things may change:

After a lot of work, we’re finally ready to work with some people to test Coda 1.5 — the next major release of Coda — and prepare it for the general public.

To enter Coda 1.5 limited private beta, go to:
If registration is still available, the registration link will be in the upper-right corner of the page. (If there’s no link, we’re full.)

So what’s new in Coda 1.5?

  • Better Search and Replace?
  • Source Control Support (SVN or Git)?
  • Custom Books? Add more Ruby Document in it?
  • Better Support for more than one languages mix together in one file?

Stay tuned. :)

* Unless you want to use more than one window. Which is totally cool.

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