Tag: Mac
Posts of Tag: Mac
  1. How to Install Django on Windows/Linux/Mac

    **How to Install Django on Windows/Linux/Mac** In this tutorial, we’re going to see how we can install django on windows, linux or mac platform. First of all, open https://www.djangoproject.com/. It is the offi...Learn More
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  2. How to Install Node.js on Windows, Mac or Linux

    How to Install Node.js on Windows, Mac or Linux In this tutorial, I’ll be teaching you how you can install Node.js on windows, mac or linux in under 15 minutes. Node is an open-source runtime environment for ja...Learn More
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  3. Movavi Screen Capture for Mac – A Simple Solution to Record Videos

    **Movavi Screen Capture for Mac – A Simple Solution to Record Videos** Being able to record videos from your Mac’s screen is a lot more beneficial than you might realize. Often people tend to assume that screen...Learn More
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  4. Sending Notifications with node-notifier (Mac, Windows, Linux)

    Sending Notifications with node-notifier (Mac, Windows, Linux) Introduction Notifications provide a great way to engage users of your applications and can be used to provide or solicit feedback. In this tutoria...Learn More
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  5. How to fix: "WARNING: REMOTE HOST IDENTIFICATION HAS CHANGED" on Mac and Linux

    How to fix: "WARNING: REMOTE HOST IDENTIFICATION HAS CHANGED" on Mac and Linux SSH, or Secure Shell, is a very common way to securely access remote machines, typically via the command line. It aims at ensuring ...Learn More
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  6. How to Fix "WARNING: UNPROTECTED PRIVATE KEY FILE!" on Mac and Linux

    How to Fix "WARNING: UNPROTECTED PRIVATE KEY FILE!" on Mac and Linux Have you run in to the warning message below, and don't know how to fix it? Warning: Permanently added '192.168.1.1' (RSA) to the list of kno...Learn More
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  7. How to Uninstall Node.js from Mac OSX

    How to Uninstall Node.js from Mac OSX If you read one of my earlier posts on how to install Node.js, you probably noticed there are quite a few ways to install it on your computer. This could be from a package ...Learn More
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  8. Install Python on Mac OSX

    Install Python on Mac OSX As with just about any open source software package, there are quite a few ways to install Python on Mac OSX. I figured it would be helpful to detail a few of the easiest ways to insta...Learn More
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  9. I’m Not Convinced the iPad Pro is Replacing the Laptop

    I’m Not Convinced the iPad Pro is Replacing the Laptop thoughts on deciding which Apple rabbit hole to jump down Photo by Xiong Yan on Unsplash As I write this on Word 365 mobile on my trusty iPad Air, which...Learn More
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  10. Mocking network calls in Swift

    Mocking URLSession through different methods We want to test our code without actually downloading anything, we need to set up a mock for URLSession . Subclassing URLSession Our first attempt at this mock cl...Learn More
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  11. Impress Your Friends With These Fun and Useful Mac Terminal Commands

    1. Make Your Mac Talk to You Yes, your Mac can talk to you. Whatever you say, it will repeat it. say “I am Groot” say “I am great at impressing people” The say command will dictate whatever sentence you ente...Learn More
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  12. Hide files and folders in Finder

    I like to have a clean home directory when I open up Finder. Some files and folders like ~/package.json , ~/node_modules … can’t be hidden with a dot in the name without creating conflicts with the programs usi...Learn More
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