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  • Shell scripting in macOS – Part 3 Condition checks
    This article is a continuation of the previous article. We will be taking the previous script and using it to build on the concepts we will learning in this article. Performing tasks conditionally So far our script has been performing tasks uninterrupted one after the other. But often times you will come across a situation … Continue reading Shell scripting in macOS – Part 3 Condition checks
  • Shell scripting in macOS – Part 2: Managing information
    This article is a continuation of the previous article. We will be taking the previous script and using it to build on the concepts we will learning in this article. Using Variables to store information First up we will look at variable. Variables are containers that can hold information. The biggest advantage of this is … Continue reading Shell scripting in macOS – Part 2: Managing information
  • Shell scripting in macOS – Part 1
    The scripts in the following articles are written in macOS Big Sur. You can use these concepts to create scripts on UNIX and Linux too. This is the first part of a multipart series. You can find links to further articles at a table located at the bottom of this article. I will be updating … Continue reading Shell scripting in macOS – Part 1
  • Screen capture and recording in macOS
    Continuing from the articles on recording macOS and iOS screens here is another handy built in tool. Press the key combination ⇧ ⌘ 5 and it brings the screen capture/recording menu. You can perform all the operations available from the menu here. Of course once we start the recording then we can see the record … Continue reading Screen capture and recording in macOS
  • Creating custom operators in Swift
    What are custom operators? Custom operators are operators that are defined by us and are not part of the programming language natively. We are all aware of the built in operators in the Swift Language.  Operators like: + – * % > == ! to name a few. These operators are defined by the system. … Continue reading Creating custom operators in Swift
  • Creating Code Snippets in Xcode
    What are code snippets? Code snippets are as the name suggests, short pieces of code that can quickly be inserted into your code file. This is done either by dragging the snippet or by typing out the completion. Code snippets are very easy to create and use and can be applied in a wide variety … Continue reading Creating Code Snippets in Xcode
  • List of macOS Terminal commands
    This article lists out different macOS terminal commands you might encounter. You can use this list as a starting point in your search for a command to perform a specific task. This list is by no means exhaustive. Basic terminal commands are not listed here. Some of them are listed in the following Terminal command … Continue reading List of macOS Terminal commands
  • Useful scripts for macOS
    Getting Started You might find these articles useful Terminal Commands Part -1 Terminal Commands Part -2 Terminal Commands Part -3 Configuring/Troubleshooting with CLI One of the advantages with scripts is the fact that you can easily automate many tasks. Here is an article that walks you through that process. If you come across a situation … Continue reading Useful scripts for macOS
  • Creating custom templates for iOS App Development
    What are Xcode templates? Xcode templates are basically pre-created files which we use when we create new projects or project files. So every time you go through the process of creating a new project File > New > Project > iOS > Single View App you are using the Single View App template. While most … Continue reading Creating custom templates for iOS App Development
  • Creating iOS Apps without Storyboard – Part 2
    Autolayout Programmatically This article continues from the previous article. Earlier we saw how we can make iOS Apps without using the storyboard file. In this article we will explore how to implement Autolayout programmatically. We will continue from the previous article. The code that I will be showing in the article will not be covering … Continue reading Creating iOS Apps without Storyboard – Part 2

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