Using Alfred to speed up common developer tasks
Alfred is an amazingly useful tool for quickly opening programs and turning a bunch of clicks into simple commands.
One of my favorite Alfred workflows is opening up my current finder window in my terminal with the alfred-terminalfinder.
See it in action here:
Here is the github alfred extension I demonstrated in the video. It’s handy for jumping to github repos & checking on issues you have assigned etc.
Also, check out this collection of Alfred 2 workflows that will rock your world.
Do you have any favorite Alfred workflows or other dev automation tips?
Let me know in the comments or ping me on Twitter @DavidWells.