Run it directly using
npx tailflix /path/to/log.log
Jens Segers has created a handy shell script to easily start/stop Docker Compose based projects:
Captain searches for docker-compose projects in your
$HOMEfolder and allows you to start and stop those projects by passing a part of the parent directory name.
Let this small recording of Captain in action convince you:
Related: Recently bumped into this basic instructional video to get WordPress up and running using a Docker setup containing a Caddy, Apache2/PHP7 and a MySQL container. Good one if you’re looking to get started with Docker.
Do not however that the yielded code mutate the original arrays/objects (thus aren’t immutable) … I feel a PR coming up 😉
Great tool by the folks at Mono. Just a drag a presention made in Keynote on the app and it’ll generate a neat HTML output containing both your slides and presenter notes.
We thought the default HTML export in Keynote didn’t fit our needs. Extract your slides alongside your notes using our super easy drag ‘n drop application for macOS.
Works great. It’d be handy if the generated images were resized though, as the end result can become quite large.
Be sure to read the introductory blogpost too, as it’ll give you some more background and highlight why the app can not be found on the App Store.
Twitter supports GIFs (and more recently: longer/bigger GIFs!), yet they render them as MP4 files. So how to get the original GIF? Enter TWEET2GIF:
Ever wanted to download that gif that you saw on Twitter? Maybe share it on Facebook or other social networks? You’re at the right place!
Just paste in the URL of a tweet and you’re done 🙂
UPDATE 2018.02.28 Updated the URL to a Heroku URL since the
tweet2gif.com domain got snatched.
The UpGuard external cyber audit uses publicly available information to grade your cyber risk posture. External scans are convenient and non-invasive but require an internal scan to assess the majority of risk factors.
Checks for thinks like SPF records and stuff.
Just what you’ve always wanted, it’s a caniuse command line tool! All the power of caniuse.com with none of the nice UI or interactivity!
Install it using npm:
npm install -g caniuse-cmd
HTTPie (pronounced aych-tee-tee-pie) is a command line HTTP client. Its goal is to make CLI interaction with web services as human-friendly as possible. It provides a simple http command that allows for sending arbitrary HTTP requests using a simple and natural syntax, and displays colorized output. HTTPie can be used for testing, debugging, and generally interacting with HTTP servers.