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Great, flexible app. Couldn't live without it. Current version is 2.2.2.
Great app, you can even add keyboard shortcuts to access your docs. Only BIG drawback: docs are not indexed by Spotlight. Makes it unusable for a professional use. Otherwise, almost perfect for everyday life.
Great app for my business! I have already used it for a contact and newsletter form and now working to add a payment form for our group event registration. The program develops the proper HTML code for you so I can focus more on the design and not the programming. Would recommend to others!
Perfect for mini websites for events such as my kids birthday party or more recently our family vacation.
Only used this app during my OCD moments, or when I had more important things to do but couldn't pull myself away from my computer addiction. In other words, I'm saving the 15 bucks and AppCleaner-ing it. Am also saving that time of obsessively watching apps update, as gratifying as it was.
Brilliant tool, I think I'll be using this.
However, if you don't want to install stuff like this, you can also:
1. cd into your site folder (using your Terminal of choice).
2. Then enter: open http://localhost:8000; python -m SimpleHTTPServer
Voila! And if you find this useful, you can add an alias in your ~/.zshrc (if you use zsh) or ~/.bash_profile (using bash):
alias serve="open http://localhost:8000; python -m SimpleHTTPServer"
Main caveat doing this compared to using Anvil/pow is that you don't get a fancy sitename.dev address, but a localhost:8000 one.
Easy to install and use.
The app’s fast ripping speed really surprises me. What’s more, it has many output forms, which is very great.
The only short point I found is that it is not able to split the DVD file to separate segments (for uploading to youtube,etc).
I've also switched to Sublime Text 2, but the one single beef I have with ST2 is that it selects lines differently than most other editors including TM, Coda, Espresso, TextEdit.app, … all of them.
With line selection I'm referring to e.g. when having the cursor on the beginning of a line and pressing ARROW DOWN while holding SHIFT. It places the cursor on the next line instead of just highlighting the current line. I may be the only one in the world who doesn't like this, though.
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