It’s nice to be able to memorize multiple lines of code, and I applaud you if you’re able to do so. For others like me, though, remembering every different snippet of code can be a challenge. You could always refer to your 300-page programming book, but that’s a lengthy process to repeat on a regular basis.
Wouldn’t it be great to have a library of your most important code snippets always available on your Mac? If the answer is yes, Code Collector Pro could be a good solution. In this article, we are going to take a detailed look at Code Collector Pro and it’s companion web application, codecollector.net.
Having a home delivery newspaper subscription is great. Every morning, we acquire our daily dose of news from all around the world right in front of our door step (well, most of the time). However, at the end of the year, we end up with a plethora of piles of newspapers (and it isn’t cheap!)/
With RSS, you can receive an infinite number of different news feeds right within one application. To help you choose how you view those feeds on your Mac, we’re listing 8 popular RSS Readers available for OS X.
Apple has done an incredible job with Mac OS X and has made great improvements since Mac OS 10.1 was first released. However, Apple still haven’t managed to include essential productivity apps in Mac OS 10.6 such as a clipboard viewer, a note-taking app with keyboard shortcuts, an app to store your code snippets, etc.
For that reason, we’ve listed 10 very useful Mac apps for productivity that will help you greatly in your day-to-day tasks. I wouldn’t suggest that you launch all 10 every time you login, but one or two may seem particularly helpful.