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  1. Please refer to the Github page for full documentation. Or download here. Basically, this is a workflow that allows you to create and view your self-defined cheatsheets. "It was designed to help remind *nix system administrators of options for commands that they use frequently, but not frequently enough to remember". Alfred makes your cheat sheets searchable and enables a very quick glance at some commands with your finger tips. This project was inspired by a command-line project cheat, extended its capability and yet acts as an independent tool. If you use "cheat" before, you can safely import your old cheat sheets in one hit. If you haven't heard of "cheat", you can start accumulating knowledges by writing your cheat sheets and make them searchable. To list all your cheat: cheat To search and list the content of one of your cheat: cheat <sheet name>. Fuzzy search and autocomplete is supported. To search in a specific sheet indexed by some keyword: cheat <sheet name> <keyword>. To search across all your sheets for some keyword: cheat --search <keyword> Autocomplete and fuzzy search are supported of course. For more detail and a git demo, refer to the Github page please.
  2. Hello everyone! This is my first post and my first shared workflow, but I've gleaned so much through the forum as a lurker, so thanks! This is a utility for developers who are using Google's Firebase. I was so tired clicking around that I had to created this workflow, which simply opens a browser window directly to the given location in the Firebase Console. It also has live search thanks to @SamVerschueren's great alfred-firebase workflow, which mine triggers when `Documentation` is selected. Packal keeps giving me an error upon submitting, so I don't have it there yet. But the screenshots + code are on Github. Would love any feedback or questions!
  3. Search the Mozilla Developer Network (MDN) directly from Alfred2 Download | Source
  4. Hi guys, I just wrote a workflow that counts how many source lines of code in the current folder in the active finder window. I wrote it basically for learning how to write a workflow, but hope it would be useful for some of u : ) Here is the link: https://github.com/terencez127/sloc-workflow
  5. I created Alfred workflow for my http://prettydev.com. It allows to quickly make common developer commands: calculate md5, sha1/..., base64, urldecode text, encrypt and decrypt data, convert timestamp to date and decimal integers to binary. For example: dev uuid4 will generate new uuid4 string. http://prettydev.com/data/Prettydev.alfredworkflow If any bugs — write please, they will be fixed
  6. Hi, I just wrote up a workflow to launch iOS Simulator without launching Xcode. To test website in iPhone or iPad, you might need iOS Simulator but it requires you to launch Xcode and then you have to select some menus to launch iOS Simulator. This workflow saves your time to launch it. Just typing "ios", you will be able to iOS Simulator very easily. https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/5173342/Launch%20iOS%20Simulator.alfredworkflow
  7. I'm an iOS (and soon MacOS) developer and would love an Alfred workflow to search the Cocoa & Cocoa touch APIs. Has anyone written such a beast? Thanks!
  8. Dash 2 (note: paid app) has just been released and it comes with a Alfred 2 Workflow. Dash lets users instantly search through documentation for 130+ APIs (ranging from HTML to Cocoa), for more information, check out Dash's webpage. All of the Dash-supported documentation sets are available for offline use. You can get the Dash workflow by installing Dash and going to Preferences > Integration > Alfred. Supported documentation as of the 2.0 release (documentation is constantly added so this list might go out of date): iOS, OS X, Man Pages, .NET Framework, ActionScript, Akka, Android, Angular.js, Ansible, Appcelerator Titanium, Arduino, Backbone.js, Bash, Boost, Bootstrap, Bourbon, C, C++, CakePHP, Cappuccino, Chai, Chef, Clojure, Cocos2D, Cocos2D-X, Cocos3D, CodeIgniter, CoffeeScript, ColdFusion, Common Lisp, Compass, Cordova, Corona, CSS, Django, Dojo Toolkit, Drupal, D3.js, Elixir, Emacs Lisp, Ember.js, Emmet.io, Erlang, Express.js, ExpressionEngine, ExtJS, Flask, Foundation (by Zurb), Git, GLib, Grails, Go, Groovy, Haml, Haskell, HTML, Jade, Java, JavaFX, JavaScript, Joomla, jQuery, jQuery Mobile, jQuery UI, Knockout.js, Kobold2D, Laravel, LaTeX, Less, Lua, Lo-Dash, Marionette.js, Meteor, MongoDB, Mono, MooTools, MySQL, Nginx, Node.js, Ocaml, OpenCV, OpenGL, Perl, PhoneGap, PHP, Play, PostgreSQL, Processing, Prototype.js, Puppet, Python, Qt, R, Redis, Ruby, Ruby on Rails, Sass, Scala, Sencha Touch, Smarty, Sparrow, Spring Framework, SproutCore, SQLite, Stylus, SVG, Symfony, Tcl/Tk, Twig, Twisted, TYPO3, Underscore.js, Unity 3D, Vagrant, Vim, VMware vSphere, WordPress, Xamarin, Xojo, XSLT, XUL, Yii, YUI, Zend Framework, Zepto.js.
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