These plugins are my essential TextMate must haves. TextMate plugins are easy to install, essentially you download a plugin file which you run (double-click) and it installs, restart TextMate and whala!
This plugin allows you to show and hide specific portions of content within a post or page. Visitors can then use custom show/hide links to show or hide the portions you’ve defined. The plugin enables a few WordPress shortcodes: [peekaboo], [peekaboo_link] and [peekaboo_content].
This WordPress helper will let you create Meta Boxes fast with the flexibility you need as a developer. Full documentation walks you step-by-step. Create custom WordPress Meta Box UI elements for your projects with ease.
The script’s main purpose is to provide an easier way to put WordPress on your server (it doesn’t configure WordPress for you). It does do a few things: it will automatically download the latest WordPress release (Zip file), then it will extract the Zip file contents (keeping the wordpress folder if wanted) and then it cleans up, removing the Zip file and itself.
HiFi is a head insert and foot insert plugin. It allows you to include script, style, meta and any other code you want into your posts and pages. The inserted code is page-specific, this means that only the pages you want will be affected.
This jQuery plugin converts a properly formatted table, having thead and tbody elements (tfoot optional), into a scrollable table. Scrollable tables are most useful when having to display lots of tubular data in a fixed space.
The general idea is to read a Google Spreadsheet through PHP and save user submitted form data via the Google Documents List Data API. By doing this, you can quickly view all the submissions at a glance and you are also able to export CSV files of the data. Using Google Docs gives you and your clients a quick and easy interface to interact with form data.