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  1. Introducing Local v.1 Local will assist you in your efforts to master the art of hosting locally. Local can Start your local host (MAMP by default) Stop your local host Open any htdocs directory you pass it in your favorite code editor (Atom by default) Open any htdocs directory in your default browser Open any htdocs directory in your finder Open a terminal and CD into any htdocs directory Create a new HTML5 BP project for you (complete with repo and initial commit) Local will Harass you (only a little)Here is a list of some of my favorite local tasks Local Create Local Open Lo
  2. After owning a powerpack licence for a few weeks now I've started to look into workflows and have been extremely impressed with what can be achieved. I'm a long way from being able to create my own workflow but I had an idea which I think would be of use to any web designers/developers out there. I commonly use http://voke.fm/ to search for CSS properties (when I forget the name/order of values etc). Being able to type 'voke' into Alfred then start searching for properties would save me a bunch of time, as an added extra it would be great if actioning the property could open the source lin
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