Nine months ago I posted a list of my top-10 apps I use on a daily basis in my LAMP (Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP) development environment. Since several of these have changed, here is my current list. First, the changes.
iSSH is out, Prompt is in!
iSSH is just so clunky, and it's VNC and RDP are non-functional. I got tired of being disappointed. So, I tried Prompt from Panic. Panic makes several of my favorite apps for Mac OS, such as Transmit and Unison. Not a big fan of Coda yet, until its CSS editing gets more like Espresso. Prompt is really nice. Simple interface, connections are on the left, and current connection on the right. Just enough options to be useful without being overloaded in arcane terminal crap. I never hit any bugs, but they still keep updating it regularly. I was a little concerned when Diet Coda came out they would stop development of Prompt, but that is certainly not the case. One last note, it's so good, I never use Terminal on my Mac any more. I keep my iPad next to me, so even if I am working on my Mac, I use my iPad for command-line activities.