Get Homebrew installed on your mac if you don't already have it
Install highlight. "brew install highlight". (This brings down Lua and Boost as well)
This post is written by Ivan Storck, Director of Developer Relations at Aerobatic and is a cross-post from the Bitbucket Blog at https://blog.bitbucket.org
At Aerobatic, our mission is to empower front-end developers to innovate faster - less time spent thinking about infrastructure, more time spent developing amazing customer-facing experiences; less time spent building and maintaining custom toolchains, more time spent innovating with clients; less time switching contexts between disparate tools, more time spent coding in a seamless flow.
In this post, I'll show you how to build a form that posts notifications to Hipchat using the Aerobatic add-on for Bitbucket. It's simple, and no server-side code will be required.
Like many of you, I moved from server generated web pages in PHP or Rails, to Single Page Apps (SPA). There is onl
In order to truly get the diverse teams we are looking for, we need to pivot on our definition of success, and value part-time work.
What if we were more creative? What if we rethought what success looks like? It's possible we could be ~even better than we are now~— Sarah Mei (@sarahmei) October 6, 2015
Success isn't working 50 hour weeks. Success is making a meaningful contribution at work, and then coming home to dinner with the kids, grandparents, or others in your community. Also, the freedom schedule an exercise "meeting" with yourself every day (The fact that I have had to disguise healthy activity as a meeting, is in itself, ridiculous).
One of the biggest problems is that most good jobs are f
Heroku has killed the free 24/7 hosting option. So, you have to decide if having your site up 18 hours a day is acceptable (Really? No.) Or, find a different free host. If your site is all front-end code that runs in the browser, I have a great option for you. A lot of my hobby sites are like this, and I'm switching away from Heroku for all of these sites.
I am now working with a startup called Aerobatic. It has an excellent solution for static web site hosting and git push deployment. I will give you my biased opinion on why Aerobatic is easier and better. (Biased, but well-informed ;-)
I'll outline step-by-step instructions on how to get started. I'll also show how to move your code from Github to Bitbucket, because it has free private hosting. Bitbucket has an easy integration with Aerobatic.
Aerobatic has additional benefits beyond Heroku. Your site visitors will see your site fa
wget --no-check-certificate https://raw.github.com/seebi/dircolors-solarized/master/dircolors.ansi-dark mv dircolors.ansi-dark .dircolors eval `dircolors ~/.dircolors` git clone https://github.com/sigurdga/gnome-terminal-colors-solarized.git cd gnome-terminal-colors-solarized ./set_dark.sh