If you are looking for Xcode 4 shortcuts list, I recommend Cocoa Samurai’s list, available for download here. The list if offered in both blue and black and white.
It is increasingly simple to host a web server from home today. If back in the day you were worried about properly setting up MX records, Reverse PTR (in addition to standard requirements such as Apache, MySQL, SSH for any web server), just to make sure your emails are delivered, today we’ve got Google Apps.
There are many reasons as to why you would want your emails delivered by Google mail out of which reliability and being able to send/receive emails even if your web server is down is the number one (assuming your DNS is managed by a 3rd party).
There are a lot of apps on the Mac App Store that promise to free up more space on your hard drive by finding and removing duplicate files. While I am not going to mention them all, I would still like to talk about MacPaw Gemini.
If you are a Mac owner, chances are, you’ve heard about the MacPaw and used their software before. Software such as CleanMyMac, which is one of my favorites of all times, is used by me on a regular basis to clean up trash files, cache, and other unnecessary files; it works miracles.
Adding an existing project to git repository for the purpose of source code management is very simple. Here is a brief tutorial on the subject.
First of all, we will need to navigate to our project’s root directory using terminal. For the sake of this tutorial, my project was saved on my desktop and is called SourceControl.
Regardless of where your project was saved on your Mac, you’ll have to follow the same principle and navigate to your project by replacing “~/Desktop/SourceControl” with the path of your project.