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 use Minifer for Alfred, just download and install the Workflow.
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:
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.
This workflow lets you download videos or just the audio track of a video from YouTube, Vimeo, Vine and many more  to your computer.
You just open Alfred, type…
video-dl (optional: video url)
… to download the video from the currently opened Safari tab or paste the URL to the video. Choose whether you want to download the video or just the audio from the URL and wait for your download to finish.
To install the workflow click the download link and add it to your existing workflows by double clicking the file. After that you’re ready to go, no extra configuration required.
-bug fixes and new updated version of youtube-dl
This is another little workflow for the Alfred Powerpack
With this workflow you can convert a string of characters into their ASCII code values and vice versa.
You can convert from and to hexadecimal, binary and decimal.
The results will be displayed as soon as you run the workflow and copied to your clipboard when you press enter.
You can either enter a string or just use your clipboard content.
This extension is written in AppleScript and does not require an internet connection to work; the conversion is done inside the script and does not rely on an extern service.
If you experience any problem with this extension, found a bug or have feature request, hit me on twitter.
-fixes a rather stupid bug where the conversion for hex would not be in hexadecimal, but in hexal
-rewritten as an Alfred 2 workflow
-detection of input