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Password Box Any password manager will do. 1Password is another well respected paid app. Don’t waste your time having to remember weak passwords and writing them down on paper. The only password you will need to remember is the one to log in to your password manager. Password Box has a Chrome extension that will log you in automatically to all saved sites/apps once you are logged in.
Xtra Finder Makes the finder more usable on Mac and allows for customization. Not a crucial install but highly recommended.
Move and resize windows with ease. Window control with simple, customizable keyboard shortcuts. This app is a must have for managing windows.
Alfred Alfred saves you time when you search for files online or on your Mac. Be more productive with hotkeys, keywords and file actions at your fingertips. Also functions a quick app launcher you no longer need to use your Dock to hold your most used apps. Can also perform mathematic calculations, check spelling or definition of words ect…
LICEcap LICEcap can capture an area of your desktop and save it directly to an animated GIF for a quick screencast or app animation demo.
**iTerm 2 + Oh My Zsh** Would everyone recommend this setup? I know people can get pretty anal about terminal preferences but I’m directing this at someone new who has limited experience with command line stuff. I know the setup helped me out greatly.
Homebrew The missing package manager for OS X. Makes installing node, and other applications easy.
Node Package Manager. Get access to community based Node modules.
Gulp helper functions for Rangle.io default project structure.
$ npm install rangle-gulp
Share your localhost dev environment with anyone, anywhere. It's cool as hell. Install it using homebrew with:
$ brew install ngrok