• Nathan HueningNathan Huening, 7 years ago (edited 7 years ago )

    "Ewww" might be overstating a bit -- Windows has improved dramatically over recent years, if you haven't spent time with it lately (though I really can't stand how Windows handles type on screen, which is sort of a deal-breaker for me). But the point stands. Of the web dev tools I use and can't live without, most are Mac-exclusive:

    • Sketch + Invision Craft
    • Transmit
    • Affinity Designer (Windows version imminent)
    • Pixelmator
    • Sequel Pro
    • Dash
    • CodeKit
    • Terminal / UNIX
    • Ulysses (not web dev, but still)
    • Ember
    • Tower
    • Screenflow
    • Keynote
    • IconJar
    • ImageOptim
    • Fusion/Parallels to virtualize Windows

    Coda / Espresso I don't use, but admire; Sublime Text is cross platform, as is Atom & Brackets. But if I couldn't use the apps on that list, I'd do something else besides make web sites.

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