Friday, December 05, 2008

Bookmarks Rollcall 12/04/2008

  • Transmit 3 is a great FTP client for the Mac. Must-have if you make websites. From the Panic Site: "Column view. idisk. sidebar. ftp/ssl. search. zooming. tabs. Transmit 3 takes mac os x ftp to the next level. "

    tags: ftp, software, mac, tools, transmit, osx, macosx, apple, sftp, panic software

  • I love this app. It makes such a pleasing zap sound when zapping an app, and it works well, too. You need this if you trial software a lot, and end up uninstalling. From the App Zapper site - "Introducing AppZapper. AppZapper is for people who want to confidently try new apps while knowing they can uninstall them easily. Drag one or more unwanted apps onto AppZapper and watch as it finds all the extra files and lets you delete them with a single click. A slick safety system remembers which apps you want to keep safe, and the log tracks all the files you've zapped. In one Zap you'll understand it. In two you'll fall in love. Within the five free Zaps, you'll know you need to add AppZapper to your arsenal. Go ahead — try five free zaps and see AppZapper, the Mac uninstaller for the rest of us, in action. "

    tags: mac, software, osx, tools, utilities, apple, tool, apps, appzapper, uninstall, uninstaller

  • If you have ever been involved in an EDI project or any ERP project you'll know how difficult data conversions can be. The MapForce data mapping tool looks like something I might try the next project. From the weWeb site: "Altova MapForce® 2008 is an award-winning graphical data mapping, conversion, and integration tool. This data mapping application maps between any combination of XML, database, flat file, EDI, Excel 2007, and/or Web service, then transforms data instantly or autogenerates royalty-free data integration code for the execution of recurrent conversions. "

    tags: xml, mapping, altova, mapforce, edi, flat file, conversion, data

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