Best Web Development Software for Mac OS X
A complete list of the best Mac OS X web development software that I use every week.
This software list has been updated and revised April 2011 to reflect new applications and some which have been discontinued.
UPDATE 9/10: I stick to using Coda, though Espresso has its advantages.
UPDATE 9/10: I no longer use CSS Edit in favor of hand-coding styles and use Google Chrome as a style inspector.
UPDATE: 9/10 Switched primary development browser to Google Chrome.
Downside? Navicat is Fugly.
AND...the updates keep on coming.
UPDATE: 4/11 My love-hate relationship with LineForm came to an abrupt end this Spring when I replaced it with Adobe Illustrator for vector work. I loved the UI of LineForm, but the product is buggy - the undo command often fails or entire shapes will vanish from the screen.
AND...I made it.
UPDATE: 9/10 Lineform is my primary tool for fast vector work. I find the commands and the toolset better suit my workflow.
UPDATE: I dropped this app because the developer is entirely unresponsive to his customers and development seems to have halted. Note to self: Investigate development house before investing in product. It is a shame to, because The Hit List was the Best task manager around.
UPDATE: 9/10 I dropped this app in favor of Google Reader and for my iPad, where I read most of my news, the superb reader: Reeder.
UPDATE: 4/11 Times has been renamed Pulp because of a legal conflict and is awaiting re-release at the time of this writing.
UPDATE: 9/10 Dropped in favor of Dropbox, which is simply better.