Computer science can be a really complex area of math to practice and study, which means there are many different variables that factor into the best engineering and code. To aid productivity, creativity or any other abstract variable to help a person while coding, engineers often use a common set of applications and processes to partially automate and speed up their delivery known as a workflow.
To help members developing their own websites and apps, we have shared the most common iOS and MacOS open while we engineer software. Windows and Linux PC workflows have their unique strengths, but in over fifteen years coding software, our engineers have found Apple products to be the best-optimized computing hardware and software available today.
Many of these apps have Windows versions. To find out more about how our team of engineers uses these apps to ship software, contact us.
- AdobeCC: Lightroom, Photoshop, InDesign, Illustrator
- Day One
- GitHub (web) GitHub Desktop
- Slack or Workplace by Facebook
- Chrome & Safari
- Native MacOS: Reminders, Maps, Calendar
- npm, Yarn
- AdobeColor (web)
- Canva (web)
- TypeKit, Google Fonts (web)
- CodePen (web)
- Zendesk (web)
- Soma.fm (web)
Apps with delightful mobile UX help us code our own software products to greater lengths. Some engineers’ favorite apps for software work on iOS include:
- Native iOS: Podcasts, Notes, Maps, YouTube, Tasks, Calendar, Stocks, Safari, Clock (including Bedtime), Health
- Facebook, Twitter
- Day One
- Yoga Studio
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