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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.
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.
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.
Five reasons to start using Swift
Apple's Swift programming language looks great, but learning it would require a big time investment squeezed into an already busy schedule. So why do it?
How to make bootable OS X Yosemite USB flash drives and other media
How do you erase your Mac hard drive and install OS X Yosemite without a startup disk or using recovery mode? You need a bootable OS X Yosemite installer. Here's how to make one.
Tips for building an iOS 8 notification center Today extension
Here are some learnings from a project I recently updated for iOS 8 and the new iPhones, which featured a new Today extension.
Configure Espresso 2 to syntax highlight Sass files
Modifying the OS X app Espresso 2 to support syntax highlighting of Sass files is an easy chore. Just modify the existing CSS plugin to recognize the Sass file extensions ‘sass’ and ‘scss’.
Working with hidden files in OS X
If you've ever had to edit a hidden system file in OS X, like the *hosts* file (for adding custom domain names to your local machine), it's easy to find and open these files from any application.
Testing a mobile website on Mac OS X
Need to test a site or web application on mobile? Here is how to set up emulation testing for iOS and Android devices on Mac OS X 10.6 or later.
The best file compression app to use in OS X
There are a plethora of great file compression tools for OS X, including the built-in Archive Utility.