It’s unfortunate that this only works with iTerm2. Anybody up for a port? 😏
This is a macOS app for the gifski encoder, which converts videos to GIF animations using pngquant’s fancy features for efficient cross-frame palettes and temporal dithering. It produces animated GIFs that use thousands of colors per frame.
Sindre is so good at building these little Mac apps that do one thing well. 🥇
Invoke vim-anywhere with a keyboard shortcut and it’ll open a buffer for you. Close it and the buffer’s contents will be copied to your clipboard for easy pasting.
I can’t resist at least skimming a fellow hacker’s post on how they setup their machine.
These are the tools you absolutely need on your Mac — Homebrew and Homebrew Cask, Spectacle, and Alfred. But, let’s not stop there…
Nick goes on to share a ton of resources for his Mac setup; tools for web dev, shell/terminal setup, useful utilities, and tweaks to macOS. Spend a few minutes skimming this. There’s a gem in this post for everyone.
Docker for macOS makes it easy to have Docker containers running on your Mac in just a few minutes and now it has experimental Kubernetes support.
We’re proud to announce that Docker for Mac with beta Kubernetes support is now publicly available as part of the Edge release channel. With this release you can now run a single node Kubernetes cluster right on your Mac and use both
kubectlcommands and docker commands to control your containers.
I ran a script awhile back (found it on GitHub, can’t recall its name) that created Slack-style keyboard shortcuts (via the pref pane) for all common emoji, but it was a one-off and I’ve run in to many emoji that are missing. Rocket looks like a better version of that same idea.
Cool idea, but it’d be even more compelling if it shipped with some useful default GUIs.