In this article, you'll find a quick rundown of what Markdown is, why you'd want to use it and how to use it. What is Markdown? In 2004, John Gruber developed simpler way of writing web pages that didn't involve resorting to HTML. He set out to create a new markup language with the simplicity … Continue reading Markdown
In this short article I’m going to show you how to setup Apache on macOS using Docker. Why use Docker? macOS includes a build in Apache server, but whereas in days’ past you could easily enable it with a simple checkbox, nowadays you need a bit of Apache knowledge to activate it. I’m not sure … Continue reading Apache on a Mac Using Docker
Nothing inspires a short blog writing like the “Eureka!” moment you get when something which was evading you clicks into place. I’ve been using Z-Shell for a while now as my primary shell of choice. However, I usually write my shell scripts in Bash. Occasionally I come across a situation where I have a shell … Continue reading IFS and Z-Shell
It's always fun to try and hack iOS' interface without being able to jailbreak. For example, can you do this with your home screen? Well, with a bit of command line magic you now can.
One thing I like to do periodically is clear out old apps I never use. Thanks to Hazel, we can automate the tagging of apps that haven't been used in a while. This makes it easier to see which apps we might want to uninstall from our system. We can achieve this by applying 3 rules … Continue reading Using Hazel to Isolate Unused Apps
Yes, I'm still raving about Workflow. As a testimony to its flexibility, I was able to use it fix some missing functionality in Stache, another app I've recently discovered. The problem is that Stache is meant to provide a share sheet extension to store the current web page. For some reason, this works in Safari, and even … Continue reading Workflow as a Bandage for Another App