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  1. I’ve been seeing a lot of workflows that need to interact with a browser via AppleScript (usually to get a page’s url), but most of them seem to settle on a single browser (usually Safari), which is a shame. I can understand — applescript is a pain, and since each browser implements these functions however they want, finding the best way to do it with each one can be difficult, so here’s the code for most of them. The code for this may seem massive, but it is not. Read the comments to understand when to use what. You can find the latest version of this as a gist. -- AppleScr
  2. Introduction Alfred workflows are simply zipped directories with an altered extension. Those are great news if you want to automate packaging your workflows for distribution, as you can simply (using ditto in this example, but zip would work just as well): ditto -ck "{{/path/to/your/workflow_directory}}" "{{/path/to/your/output_file}}.alfredworkflow" And that’s it. A zipped directory of your workflow with the custom .alfredworkflow extension. Names enclosed in double curly brackets are examples (they dependend on your situation and must be edited accordingly).
  3. Just to let you know, my latest Alfred tutorial is now live: https://computers.tutsplus.com/tutorials/exploring-alfreds-latest-features--cms-27910
  4. I just had a tutorial published recently on JSX programming with examples in Alfed: https://computers.tutsplus.com/tutorials/a-beginners-guide-to-javascript-application-scripting-jxa--cms-27171 Check it out.
  5. I really love workflows and I wanted to start creating my own. I'm mostly a front-end developer and use ruby for the most part on any back-end dev work I do. I saw that Alfred supports Ruby workflows which made me very excited. I did some googling and had a hard time finding some tutorials about creating workflows with ruby, plenty with php though. I needed to learn the basics of workflows and wanted to do it in a language I knew (not familiar with php). I wrote a post detailing how a basic workflow functions with ruby. It's nothing you can't find anywhere else, but it was a good e
  6. I've written a fairly detailed tutorial on writing Alfred Workflows in Python as part of the documentation for my new Python Workflow library. Might be of some interest to budding Python Workflow developers, and possibly an interesting trick or two for older hands.
  7. Hi - I was following along with the "Creating a File Filter Workflow", on Alfred's Support website, and discovered a (possible) bug. The URL: http://support.alfredapp.com/tutorials:file-filter-workflow Line 5 says 'Drag a folder to the "File types" box so that Alfred knows you want to search for Folders only.', but the purpose of this workflow is to search into .PDF files, and so should return a list of PDF files, and not Folders. The graphic which illustrates this line correctly shows that the File Types should be "com.adobe.pdf Portable Document Format (PDF)" files. Li
  8. AlfredLite is a lightweight modular framework for creating workflows. Features Modular designOnly load the modules your workflow uses Faster load times (execution speed is an underappreciated feature of any workflow) Less bundeled dependencies Subclassable workflowsAlfred::Workflow is designed to be subclassed, the possibilities are endless! Requirements AlfredLite is tested against the following verions of Ruby: 1.8.7 (preinstalled on OS X Mountain Lion) 1.9.3 2.0.0 (preinstalled on OS X Mavericks) Contributing (aka I can't do this alone!) Bug FixesReporting bugs is encouraged and g
  9. Hey Guys, This is kinda a shameless plug but I wanted to share it because I think it may be helpful to some people. If you don't want to read this because it's a shameless plug, I understand. If you are considering purchasing the Powerpack, and are unsure of what it really does, or if you own it and are looking to learn more about the features it provides, I wrote a tutorial for MacTuts+ which was posted today. The second part of the article will be posted tomorrow, and I encourage you to take a look at them if you want to learn more. Today's is the basics, while tomorrow focuses on Wo
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