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Espresso shortcuts cheat sheet

Espresso shortcuts cheat sheet

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Posted: April 27, 2010

Author: Giovanni Scala

Website: http://www.giovanniscala.com

  

Shortcuts for macrabbit espresso web development app.
“Espresso is not a bunch of apps thrown together. Instead, we looked at the needs of web developers and streamlined their workflow into one gorgeous, focused app. Fast and powerful editing, sleek projects, live preview, awesome publishing and extensive synchronization tools.”

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5 comments

  1. Bruce Rendez
    Apr 27, 2010 - 22:19

    This is really useful for me.
    I just switched from coda to espresso! :)
    Thanks

  2. Giuliano
    Apr 28, 2010 - 11:27

    Hi,
    I’m an old web developer, new to mac os…
    Should I buy Coda or Espresso?

  3. Apr 29, 2010 - 05:30

    Useful cheat sheet!

    To answer your question Giuliano…both are very good tools. I’ve used both, but personally prefer Espresso. Download the trials and give them a spin for yourself.

    My web toolkit includes Espresso, CSSEdit, Transmit, TextMate, Illustrator, Photoshop and VMWare Fusion for testing sites in IE. Also if you don’t have Photoshop, check out Pixelmator – 80% of the features of PS at a fraction of the price!

  4. Giuliano
    Apr 29, 2010 - 09:14

    Thanks Samuel :)
    But… Why you’re using both Espresso and TextMate?

  5. May 1, 2010 - 07:53

    While I can’t speak for Samuel, there’s just a lot of stuff that TextMate does that neither Espresso nor Coda are capable of yet. Theoretically both of them could get a lot of the way there through Sugars and plugins, but TextMate has a tremendous head start.

    I admit that personally I’m in the camp of really wanting to love Espresso, but — despite owning it for longer than I’ve owned Coda — never quite being able to warm up to it. They’re both definitely worth checking out, and so are the more power-user editors like TextMate and BBEdit. I’ve tended to use TextMate and CSSEdit more than any other two tools, but I’ve been keeping my eye on both Coda and Espresso.