Homebrew My go-to tool to install pretty much anything on my Mac, Homebrew is a nearly ubiquitous tool in the Mac-using developer community. Don't believe me? It can be used to install every single macOS app listed here. And that includes the awesome screensaver listed at the end. HomebrewThe Missing
While working on a client's app's CI pipeline, I needed to use an API key. However, it was stored as a base64 environment variable, when the tool I needed to use required it to be plaintext in a JSON file. Fun times.
We needed an OpenCV Contrib module in an iOS app, using Swift Package Manager. I thought the hardest part would be using OpenCV. How wrong I was.
Where we take the world down with us, and burn it all to the ground. All to play Portal 2. Seems oddly fitting.
Failing to open a PDF form using Preview? Want to export a PDF form to a regular PDF (on macOS)? Here's the solution you weren't looking for.
If you are an iOS or macOS developper, you probably work with Xcode. And if you work with Xcode, you've most probably had some weird times where, suddenly, things just stopped working. Here's how to solve that
If you're like me, notifications, alerts and boucing things when working is at least annoying, and down right distracting when you're having a hard time focusing. Like I am right now, which is why I'm writing this post instead of actually working on my side project.