Gists & Tricks
A simple local HTTP server that auto-reloads AND makes it available on mobile. A critical tool for html/css design work. The gist also has instructions for a more advanced setup with
sass compiling using
The BEST thing I’ve ever done to my bash/zsh.
Everyone has their own dotfiles. My way is simple - just a couple of symlinks from a github repo.
From the development server, open the current page on the production - and vice versa. Useful for comparing css or functionality changes quickly.
One of your Slacks has a ton of emoticons that your others don’t? Download them all at once with this tool ✨
Hold spacebar to talk; otherwise you’re muted.
A pdf that’s been copied & scanned too many times ends up with illegible grey ink. Make grays black again!
For a given pivotal card that’s open, create an appropriate github branch name for it - including the
OSX can’t record both outputs natively. Here’s how to capture both
your mic and
the other person's audio during a Hangouts call / quicktime screen recording.
.mp4 files. You can turn that into a gif using
Mediawiki can be challenging to set up. One of the most cost-effective setups you can do uses Heroku and ClearDB.
Open the current image (opened in a tab) in pixlr express. To easily put a overlay of text over something, etc.
Useful for presentations where you want to show the audience what commands you’ve typed.
Easily fill out web forms using data from a spreadsheet using this bookmarklet.