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Minifer for Alfred

February 28, 2016

minify

If you are a web developer, chances are, you stumbled over this piece of software. This minifier removes all unnecessary line breaks, comments and whitespace in your CSS or JS code.

To make it even simpler to use, I wrote an Alfred Workflow that minifies any CSS or JavaScript code in your clipboard.

Kudos to Matthias Mullie for creating Minify!

To use Minifer for Alfred, just download and install the Workflow.


Version 1.0:
-initial release

Tags: alfredalfred2cssjavascriptjsminifierminifyworkflow

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Sass Helper for Alfred

November 26, 2014

Sass Alfred

I just discovered the truly awesome css language extension Sass and as usual I wanted to use it via Alfred App. So I glued together this little workflow:

Sass Helper

You can either convert the currently selected file in the Finder or paste Sass code to the workflow. Of cause you’ll have to install Sass on your machine to make this work. But that’s super easy.

So, have fun and take care.


Version 1.0:

-initial release

Tags: alfredalfred2csssassworkflow

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ColorClock screensaver

February 12, 2014

Time and color, combined into a screensaver!

This Mac OSX screensaver displays the current time and its RGB-color equivalent. In 24 hours the red-value goes from 0 to 255, the green and blue values do so in 60 minutes/seconds.
So at midnight you’ll have black and at 23:59:59 you’ll have white. And in between you’ll find every other color in the RGB-spectrum.

This is not my original idea. I saw a flash version of this concept a few years ago and rebuild it with javascript. You can find the original here.
The Mac OSX screensaver wrapper is from this project. See the readme.md for licensing.

The screensaver is available with either Helvetica Neue or a monospace font (Menlo).

Download:

If you don’t have a Mac or just don’t want to use a screensaver, you can visit the web version here (monospace) and here (Helvetica).

Tags: colorcsshtmljavascriptMac OSXrgbscreensaver

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