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Certificates for localhost - Let's Encrypt - Free SSL/TLS Certificates
Sometimes people want to get a certificate for the hostname “localhost”, either for use in local development, or for distribution with a native application that needs to communicate with a web application. Let’s Encrypt can’t provide certificates for “localhost” because nobody uniquely owns it, and it’s not rooted in a top level domain like “.com” or “.net”. It’s possible to set up your own domain name that happens to resolve to, and get a certificate for it using the DNS challenge. However, this is generally a bad idea and there are better options.
tools  webdev  dev  sec  ssl  https 
july 2018 by cjitlal
solarized/iterm2-colors-solarized at master · altercation/solarized · GitHub
solarized - precision color scheme for multiple applications (terminal, vim, etc.) with both dark/light modes
theme  color  tools  dev  code  ux  osx 
january 2018 by cjitlal
My $169 development Chromebook
How Chrome OS, Termux, YubiKey & Duo Mobile make for great usable security. A travel Chromebook for modern development, online and offline.
chromebook  dev  setup 
july 2017 by cjitlal
inessential: More Notes on Vesper
And then that will be my app. The thing I work on for the next 10 or so years, until I retire. That’s the plan. (To be clear, though, I don’t plan to leave my day job, which I love.)

vesper  apps  dev  code  blog 
august 2016 by cjitlal
Nitrous.IO Sets Out To Help Developers Save Time And Effort
With $6.65m in its pocket, Nitrous.IO is all set to help developers by cutting out the repetitive parts of creating development environments.
nitrous  ide  dev  webdev  code  cloud  learn  edu  environment 
august 2016 by cjitlal
Forget Technical Debt — Here's How to Build Technical Wealth | First Round Review
Andrea Goulet runs a software SWAT Team — parachuting in to help companies fix bad code that's holding them back. Here's what she's learned on the job.
code  craft  blog  toread  sweng  dev  pragprog 
august 2016 by cjitlal
Office Dev Center - Docs - Excel JavaScript API programming overview
Use the JavaScript APIs to build add-ins for Excel 2016.
office  dev  excel  js  api 
june 2016 by cjitlal
Office Dev Center - //build Videos
Excel has a rich JS API with lots of new functionality that enables add-ins to do deep manipulation of Excel data!
office  dev  excel 
june 2016 by cjitlal
Office Dev Center - Getting Started
Connect your app to file, calendar, and mail data through the Office 365 APIs, or build an add-in that extends the functionality of Office and SharePoint.
office  dev 
june 2016 by cjitlal
Using Lua for Our Most Critical Production Code
Light, Fast, and Flexible: why we switched from Python to Lua
lua  code  dev 
february 2016 by cjitlal
koalaman/shellcheck · GitHub
shellcheck - ShellCheck, a static analysis tool for shell scripts
bash  cli  tools  linux  lint  code  dev 
november 2015 by cjitlal
The Twelve-Factor App
A methodology for building modern, scalable, maintainable software-as-a-service apps.
webdev  quality  meth  code  arch  bestpractices  dev  programming 
september 2015 by cjitlal
Ruby on Guix
I've been working with Ruby professionally for over 3 years now and I've grown frustrated with two of its most popular development tools: RVM and Bundler. For those that may not know, RVM is the Ruby version manager and it allows unprivileged users to download, compile, install, and manage many versions of Ruby instead of being stuck with the one that is installed globally by your distro's package manager. Bundler is the tool that allows developers to keep a version controlled "Gemfi...
code  ruby  dev 
september 2015 by cjitlal

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