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How to edit your hosts file

Sometimes testing a development website requires the use of production domains, like testing 301 redirects. Here's how.

Fynydd Open Source License

This is the license for all Fynydd open source projects. Use of any of our open source projects is subject to acceptance of this license.

Run shell scripts from the macOS Services menu

If you're a macOS / OS X developer and use utilities like Sass or Compass I've created a simple way to launch them from bash files using the Finder.

Cable cord cutting

If your cable bill is too high or you value choice, you will likely be interested in cutting the cord and going with Internet TV. Here's my experience.

Rethink your CMS strategy

Adopting a web content management system requires compromises. For example, even if you love the CMS you may not like the way it handles publishing.

2015 tech predictions: how did we do?

A year ago several people at Fynydd participated in the First Annual Fynydd Predictions for the New Year. Now that it's 2016, it's time to see how we did.

How to properly set up a child's iPhone or iPad

There are many ways for children to get into trouble online, even at home. This article focuses on locking down iPhones and iPads, or any other iOS device.

Properly handling HTML5 video

We looked at how sites handle video and became keenly aware of some important considerations: choice, mobile and autoplay, energy consumption, and formats.

Solar power for your mobile devices

Solar panel technology has come a long way. So I decided to see how much free energy I could collect from a portable solar panel and an external battery.

Thoughts on adding Apple Watch features to your iOS app

With the release of the Apple Watch, developers have been scrambling to add support to their apps. But there are considerations that need to be top of mind.