Handy macOS QuickLook configurations Jul 30, 2018 QuickLook is a simple but powerful feature of macOS that helps to preview the content of a file or folder in Finder without using any particular apps. This feature is very handy when we only want to have brief glance on a certain file or quickly examine its parts instead of opening a full-fledged app for that particular file. ...
Faster and enjoyable ZSH (maybe) Jul 23, 2018 Z shell (Zsh) has been my shell of choice in both Linux and macOS. I used to install oh-my-zsh or the claimed-to-be-faster Prezto or Zim to leverage some of their cool libraries. ...
A mininal Hugo blogging workflow Jul 14, 2018 Hugo is a blazingly fast static site generator based on Go. My first experience with Hugo was truly pleasant. I appreciate the separation of contents, presentations, and site generation logics in Hugo that leads to less effort for maintenance or switching themes. ...
Bootstrapping macOS workspace Jun 27, 2018 I have experienced a number of different Mac systems, ranging from the old white MacBook 2006 to iMac and MacMini 2010 and lately MacBook Pro 13” and 15”. From time to time, Time Machine has become extremely handy for transferring my data from the old to the new machine. ...
A journey from Apache CXF 2.2 to 3.2 Jun 15, 2018 I have used Apache CXF 2.2 to develop Web services for some R&D projects that I took part in. At that time, it was a choice between Apache Axis/Axis2 and CXF (formerly Codehaus XFire project). ...