I’m using a Samsung Galaxy SII since two weeks (very good choice so far). But it took some time to figure the best way to sync and use an Android phone with Mac OS X (Snow Leopard). So here are my findings and suggestions.
Note: Of course this is not the only way – you can also use iSync (if your phone is supported, mine currently isn’t), software from your phone manufacturer or other solutions Continue reading “Using Android with Mac OS X – How To”
Another update, here’s what’s new:
After updating successfully, a short message is shown (only once per update).
Help-link, which takes you to a page with current information and links to the FAQ, documentation etc. Continue reading “Coda PHP & Web Toolkit 2.7”
CwCrop was update to version 0.8, thanks a lot to Harm Hermsen! Continue reading “CwCrop update 0.8”
Now online: Version 2.0 – with new features and lots of enhancements: Continue reading “Coda PHP & Web Toolkit 2.0”
If you have to work with CSS-files from other people (and I mean people who have a different understanding of code style) or with compressed files (and I mean big files), you need an automatic reformatting tool – that’s what this collection/review of online tools for css formatting is for. Continue reading “Online CSS formatting tools”
In case you don’t already know Dropbox: It’s a free online storage which gives you 2GB of space (which can be increased by being invited/inviting people (see below) – or by purchasing a Pro-Account for $99/year).
I use Dropbox now since about one a half year and can highly recommend it, so I decided to write a quick review. Continue reading “Dropbox online storage – Review”
What I love about OSX is its UNIX(-like) foundation. There are the default UNIX command line tools but also lots of OSX specific commands. This is a compilation of some of these commands you might not know. Feel free to comment. Continue reading “OS X Command Line Utilities”