RubyMotion: Under the hood - A look at tools for exploring the internals of running and other iOS apps.
The Best - A variety of sites to allow you to create and share web pages quickly. for (not jsFiddle)
CodeKit 2 - for building web sites on OS X with a bunch of nifty autorefresh features.
[ CVE-2013-1902 ] - generates insecure temporary files with predictable filenames, which has unspecified impact and attack vectors related to "graphical installers for and Mac OS X"
[ CVE-2013-1903 ]- incorrectly provides the superuser password to scripts related to "graphical installers for Linux and Mac OS X," which has unspecified impact and attack vectors
…gitsh@ commit -m "We are pair programming!"
If you're on Mac OS X, you can install gitsh via Homebrew: brew tap thoughtbot/formulae brew install gitsh
If you're on gitsh README ., there are install instructions in the
Don't forget to check out the man page: man gitsh
And if you do find a bug, please report it on the gitsh . repo
We also support OS X using Homebrew from our new thoughtbot tap: % brew tap thoughtbot/formulae % brew install rcm
Watch that tap for other tools for command line champions.
Get started quickly
Instead of inventing something new, we decided to codify existing practices. If you have a dotfiles repo much like ours—one where all the normal files should be symlinked as dotted files in your home directory—you can get started immediately: % lsrc -d ~/dotfiles % rcup -v -d ~/dotfiles
…actually incredibly easy due to's keymapping functionality and the fact that OS X's registers itself as a consumer of dict:// . Simply add the following to your ~/.vimrc file: " Use \d on top of a word to look it up in Dictionary.app nmap <silent> <Leader>d :!open dict://<cword><CR><CR>
Now, whenever you're curious about finding inventive 1 ways of stating something - just type \d when your cursor …
A - One way to put the pieces together. Continuous Integration process using , Semaphore, and HipChat
Making crawling and scraping websites slightly less painful with Anemone - A look at another scraping ruby gem.
Trailer, a faster and easier way to deal with pull requests - An OS X menu bar app that talks to GitHub.
…this are extremely fun to work on, we can't play around with internal office projects all the time. Regardless, I hope to make some strides in the next few months on the following fronts:
Better camera allowing for night vision
Make a Haar Classifier to recognize cars
Integrate the app with the
Get SimpleCV working on OSX so we don't have to experiment/develop on a
…you'd possibly want to run on a Linux platform. Plus, you can build projects on OS X and for iOS.
Initially, Travis CI only supported open source projects. But people and companies kept asking us to use our platform for their private projects as well.
The idea was floatet to found a company and turn this into a business, work on Travis CI full time and get paid to do it.
By the end of 2011, a company was founded, and two more people joined the team. We were …
…shattering of backend architectures into many fragments like we've seen on the front-end. On the front-end you can develop for iOS, Android, HTML5, Windows, OSX, and so on. Any choice you make is like declaring for a cold war power in a winner take all battle for your development resources. Unifying this mess has been the refuge of cloud based services over HTTP. Now that safe place is threatened.
To see why...
…my rbenv environment. You can probably leave it out if you use the stock OS X setup.)
When the script is done, we move the file to the trash, so that the rule isn't triggered over and over again.
The Hazel Action to pauseplayback
And that's it! Now, when you leave the geofence you set up in the IFTTT iOS app, a file will be created in you, synced to your , where it's picked up by Hazel to execute the script to pause Sonos playback. …