# You don't need Fog in Ruby or some other library to upload to S3 -- shell works perfectly fine
# This is how I upload my new Sol Trader builds (
# Based on a modified script from here:
S3KEY="my aws key"
S3SECRET="my aws secret" # pass these in
function putS3
#set these in your environment/profile (NOT HERE)
function s3get {
#helper functions
function fail { echo "$1" > /dev/stderr; exit 1; }
#dependency check
View Android Screenshot.bat
@echo off
rem configurable parameters
rem the dir on the device where the screenshot will be stored temporarily
rem adb path, leave blank if adb is already on the user or system path
View POD_NAME.podspec do |s| = 'POD_NAME'
s.version = '1.0.0'
s.license = { :type => 'MIT', :file => 'LICENSE' }
s.summary = 'Example of pod which installs a run script into the Xcode project (first target)'
s.homepage = ''
s.authors = { 'Ben Chatelain' => '' }
s.source = { :git => '', :tag => s.version.to_s }
s.ios.deployment_target = '6.0'
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Segment Event Tracking for Shopify

Segment makes it simple for Shopify merchants to integrate analytics, email marketing, advertising and optimization tools. Rather than installing all your tools individually, you just install Segment once. We collect your data, translate it, and route it to any tool you want to use with the flick of a switch. Using Segment as the single platform to manage and install your third-party services will save you time and money.

The guide below explains how to install Segment in your Shopify store. All you need to get up and running is copy and paste a few snippets of code into your theme editor. (You don't have to edit the code or be versed in JavaScript.) The following guide will show you how, step by step.

View NSNotificationCenterExtensions.swift
Copyright (c) 2011-present, NimbusKit. All rights reserved.
This source code is licensed under the BSD-style license found at
Extracted from NimbusKit: Swift Edition at
extension NSNotificationCenter {
View generateRandomColor.swift
func generateRandomColor() -> UIColor {
let hue : CGFloat = CGFloat(arc4random() % 256) / 256 // use 256 to get full range from 0.0 to 1.0
let saturation : CGFloat = CGFloat(arc4random() % 128) / 256 + 0.5 // from 0.5 to 1.0 to stay away from white
let brightness : CGFloat = CGFloat(arc4random() % 128) / 256 + 0.5 // from 0.5 to 1.0 to stay away from black
return UIColor(hue: hue, saturation: saturation, brightness: brightness, alpha: 1)


import Foundation
import UIKit

extension UIColor {
    convenience init(hexString: String) {
        let hex = hexString.trimmingCharacters(in: CharacterSet.alphanumerics.inverted)
        var int = UInt32()
        Scanner(string: hex).scanHexInt32(&int)
git clone
cd opencv
git checkout 3.3.0
python platforms/ios/ ios \
--dynamic \
--without imgcodec --without videoio --without video --without calib3d --without features2d \
--without objdetect --without dnn --without ml --without flann --without photo --without stitching \
--without cudaarithm --without cudabgsegm --without cudacodec --without cudafeatures2d \
--without cudafilters --without cudaimgproc --without cudalegacy --without cudaobjdetect \
# VERSION 1.0.4
# Author: @madhavajay
# This currently works for iOS and watchOS in the Simulator and Devices
# Changes
# Using ${TOOLCHAIN} in two places now
# Added double quotes " around paths
# Fixed watchOS Issues
# Instructions iOS