- Clear feature ownership
- Module usage predictibility (refactoring, maintainence, you know what's shared, what's not, prevents accidental regressions, avoids huge directories of not-actually-reusable modules, etc)
There's been a strange explosion in misinformation about browserify recently, particularly in comparisons to webpack.
Generally speaking, most of this confusion stems from how webpack is more willing to pull features into its core to ease discoverability while browserify is more likely to push features out to userland instead.
I think that longer-term, separability has more benefits from a maintenance and
Learnings from working with Open Lighting Architecture for Mac OSX 10.9.5:
Getting the OLA c++ source, compiling it, and running the OLA daemon with Max/MSP to send pixel control data over E131.
brew install ola --universalin your terminal, which will install OLA to /usr/local/Cellar and symlink to /usr/local/lib directory. Sometimes homebrew installs the package but does not link it. You may have to run
Google Chrome Developers says:
The new WOFF 2.0 Web Font compression format offers a 30% average gain over WOFF 1.0 (up to 50%+ in some cases). WOFF 2.0 is available since Chrome 36 and Opera 23.
Some examples of file size differences: WOFF vs. WOFF2
|# There was a day where I have too many color schemes in iTerm2 and I want to remove them all.|
|# iTerm2 doesn't have "bulk remove" and it was literally painful to delete them one-by-one.|
|# iTerm2 save it's preference in ~/Library/Preferences/com.googlecode.iterm2.plist in a binary format|
|# What you need to do is basically copy that somewhere, convert to xml and remove color schemes in the xml files.|
|$ cd /tmp/|
|$ cp ~/Library/Preferences/com.googlecode.iterm2.plist .|
|$ plutil -convert xml1 com.googlecode.iterm2.plist|
|$ vi com.googlecode.iterm2.plist|
pry -r ./config/app_init_file.rb- load your app into a pry session (look at the file loaded by config.ru)
pry -r ./config/environment.rb- load your rails into a pry session
|# saved to ~/bin/batcharge.py and from|
|import math, subprocess|
|p = subprocess.Popen(["ioreg", "-rc", "AppleSmartBattery"], stdout=subprocess.PIPE)|
|output = p.communicate()|