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Web apps as first-class citizens in OS X: Fluid + Slate + Choosy

Promote the web apps you regularly use to first-class citizens in OS X using 3 simple utilities.

Fluid

Fluid is a free app that lets you create a “native” version of a webapp - it’s essentially a stand-alone version of webkit for each web app which can then have its own Dock icon etc. If you aren’t already using it, I’ll leave you to experiment with it here.

Slate

Slate is an insanely fully-featured window manager, and I encourage you to dive into it since it has way more features than anyone could ever need. The functionality we’re interested in for this post is assigning hotkeys to apps that are running, so your Fluid apps are only ever a couple of keystrokes away. No more alt-tabbing between them! Here’s a snippet from my ~/.slate:

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alias hotkey ctrl;cmd
bind b:${hotkey} focus 'Google Chrome'
bind i:${hotkey} focus 'iTerm'
bind m:${hotkey} focus 'Mail'
bind c:${hotkey} focus 'gCal'
bind f:${hotkey} focus 'Finder'
bind r:${hotkey} focus 'RTM'
bind t:${hotkey} focus 'iTunes'
bind d:${hotkey} focus 'Google Drive'

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