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    The Command Line is Your Best FriendCommand line is your best friend
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    The command line can either be your best friend, or your worst enemy. It simply depends on how you use it, and what you use it for. If you're one of the many people who cringe at the mere thought of using the command line, then you've come to the right place!Read More…
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    Essential Command-Line Tools for Web DevelopersTerminal for web devs
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    Tools can make our workflows feel seamless, allowing us to focus on what we are building, and not worry about the process. Most web developers, on all portions of the stack, work from the command-line. There are countless utilities, which can make you more productive. These aren't full blown command-line applications, such as Git, but rather simple and composable tools, which can improve your workflow as a web developer.Read More…
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    Meet Bower: A Package Manager For The WebPreview
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    As the web platform has matured, the tools for managing our projects, too, have matured. In this tutorial, I’ll introduce you to one of these tools that makes managing the dependencies of your project considerably easier: Bower.Read More…
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    How Web Developers Can Use AlfredCode
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    In this screencast, we'll use Alfred to write an extension that assists us when creating new projects. As you'll find, Alfred makes the process of executing predefined shell scripts a cinch.Read More…
  • Web Development
    How to Customize the Command PromptPreview
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    I’m a big fan of the terminal: whether you’re leveraging a handful of commands (or more!) to improve your development process, or just using it to quickly move around your drives and open files and folders, the command line is an awesome tool. However, if you use it often, you’ll want to customize it to your needs. I'll show you how to do that today!Read More…
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