PopClip is one of our favourite apps on Mactuts+ and one of the reasons why is its support for extensions. You can perform actions on selected text using PopClip that makes it extremely versatile, whether you want to open a link in another browser, search for the selected text in Google or add it as a to-do to Things, PopClip provides an iOS-style pop-up menu that makes doing these tasks easy.
In this tutorial, I’ll be demonstrating just how easy it is to create your own extension for PopClip to perform a custom action.
PopClip is one of my favourite apps, providing an iOS-like contextual menu for OS X. What’s more, it supports extensions that can be written in a number of different ways.
Over at Mactuts+, I’ve written a tutorial to get started with creating your own extensions for PopClip.