grahams + tools   68
"An easy to use editor for crontab schedules."
linux  tools  unix 
february 2018 by grahams
Webkit - Breakpoint Options
"Web Inspector provides a number of options for customizing breakpoints, many of which will be familiar to users of modern IDEs like Xcode and Microsoft Visual Studio. This post will focus on the Debugger tab, customizing breakpoints with conditions and actions for logging and executing scripts, and creating probe expressions."
javascript  safari  webkit  development  tools  debugging 
december 2015 by grahams
jq is a lightweight and flexible command-line JSON processor.
"jq is like sed for JSON data - you can use it to slice and filter and map and transform structured data with the same ease that sed, awk, grep and friends let you play with text.

jq is written in portable C, and it has zero runtime dependencies. You can download a single binary, scp it to a far away machine of the same type, and expect it to work."
javascript  json  unix  devtools  development  tools  neat  awesome  useful 
october 2015 by grahams
TextExpander: How to Create Custom Citations with a Few Keystrokes
"I used to be frustrated that Zotero lacked the ability to format citations for manuscript collections. Each time I needed to insert a citation I had to type out the Archive, Collection Unit, Author, Type of Document, Call Number, and Date.
However, last week I bid goodbye to my days of tedious, time-consuming footnote creation."
textexpander  tools  tips  writing  citations 
february 2015 by grahams
Regular Expressions 101
Online regex tester, debugger with highlighting for PHP, PCRE, Python and JavaScript.
javascript  python  regex  tools  programming  code 
december 2014 by grahams
Eclipse won’t start? Hangs at splash screen? Kill Mylyn…
So, it seems Mylyn is at fault, not just slowing down our development (adding pointless stuff that no-one uses), but – in this case – making an entire dev machine unusable. How do we fix this?

Close all open copies of Eclipse
Find your “Eclipse app folder” (wherever the Eclipse program lives; since Eclipse has no installer (still!) it’s wherever you chose to copy the files when you installed it originally)
Burn Mylyn out of /features/
Find every sub-folder of “features” that has the word “mylyn” in it – most of them are together in alphabetical order *but some are not*
Delete the folders themselves
Burn Mylyn out of /plugins/
Find every sub-folder of “plugins” that has the word “mylyn” in it – most of them are together in alphabetical order *but some are not*
Delete the folders themselves
Re-start eclipse once per project, using the command-line option ” -clean” (this means: “refresh”)
If you’re using OS X, this is very hard to do, and in 10 years no-one has come up with a workaround; for now, do this:
Open Terminal
cd /Applications/Eclipse/ (or whatever you named the Eclipse folder in your drive)
./eclipse -clean
(eclipse will run as per usual, you need to start it once per workspace, let the project open up, then close it down again)
development  tools  eclipse  fixes  stupidity 
november 2013 by grahams
Tern is a stand-alone code-analysis engine for JavaScript. It is intended to be used with a code editor plugin to enhance the editor's support for intelligent JavaScript editing. Features provided are:

Autocompletion on variables and properties
Function argument hints
Querying the type of an expression
Finding the definition of something
Automatic refactoring
Tern is open-source (MIT license), written in JavaScript, and capable of running both on node.js and in the browser.
javascript  vim  editing  tools  development  programming 
may 2013 by grahams
PUBLIC mbostock / d3
D3.js is a JavaScript library for manipulating documents based on data. D3 helps you bring data to life using HTML, SVG and CSS. D3’s emphasis on web standards gives you the full capabilities of modern browsers without tying yourself to a proprietary framework, combining powerful visualization components and a data-driven approach to DOM manipulation.
charts  javascript  visualization  programming  tools  library  awesome 
june 2012 by grahams
Ultimate CSS Gradient Generator -
A powerful Photoshop-like CSS gradient editor from ColorZilla.
css  tools  gradients  web  html 
april 2012 by grahams
Brian Grinstead » Blog Archive » Chrome Developer Tools – monitorEvents
I can't believe I am just learning about this.
I have been playing with the Chrome Developer Tools lately. Here is a cool feature I didn’t know about.

There are many times I have ran some code in the console like to bind to an event and simply log the result.
chrome  javascript  tools  safari  firefox  firebug  development  debugging  awesome 
april 2012 by grahams
efipw v0.2b Released « my 20%
A python tool for setting/clearing/displaying Apple EFI (firmware) Passwords.
python  apple  mac  tools  software 
february 2012 by grahams
Detox //
This is an intervention. Detox is a tiny Safari extension that automatically expands shortened links on the Twitter site (third-party desktop app users are out of luck, sorry should see the 1.1 update below).
safari  extension  twitter  tools 
february 2012 by grahams
URI.js is a facility for working with URLs. It offers a "jQuery-style" API to read and write all regular components and a number of convenience methods like .directory() and .authority().

URI.js offers simple, yet powerful ways of working with query string, has a number of URI-normalization functions and converts relative/absolute paths.
html  javascript  urls  tools 
december 2011 by grahams
git ready » ribbon/catchup: reading new commits
Let’s say you want to stay up-to-date with a project – for example, an upstream repository you are contributing to, a smart developer you are trying to learn from, or an awesome library you’d just like to watch. How do you go about following the commits that are being pushed?
You could use RSS feeds......
git  development  tools  tricks  tips 
december 2011 by grahams
About - Data Collective
We started Data Collective because it's way too hard to get simple numerical facts about the world. In sports or business, you could never understand what's going on without the basic stats. We feel the same way about the rest of life.

Our secret mission is to promote the use of reputable, verifiable data in public discussion by finding and widely sharing such data, and making it easier for others to do the same.

We are non-profit and strive to be non-partisan and unbiased.
charts  tools  visualization  awesome  rocketpods  via:weaver 
november 2011 by grahams
Carlo's notes: Subversion and vimdiff: a little improvement
Why did it never occur to me to use Vim as my diff tool in subversion?
vim  subversion  diff  development  tools  scripts  tips 
may 2011 by grahams
Cool, but obscure unix tools :: KKovacs
Just a list of 20 (now 24) little-known tools for the command line -- I hope you find something useful that you weren't aware of yet! Use your operating system's package manager to install most of them. (Thanks for the tips, everybody!)
linux  tools  unix  admin  sysadmin 
may 2011 by grahams
JSHint, The JavaScript Code Quality Tool
JSHint is a community-driven tool to detect errors and potential problems in JavaScript code and to enforce your team's coding conventions. It is very flexible so you can easily adjust it to your particular coding guidelines and the environment you expect your code to execute in.

JSHint is an open-source project that is supported and maintained by the JavaScript developer community. The source code is available on GitHub.
javascript  tools  lint  code  cleaning  programming  web 
february 2011 by grahams
Underscore is a utility-belt library for JavaScript that provides a lot of the functional programming support that you would expect in Prototype.js (or Ruby), but without extending any of the built-in JavaScript objects. It's the tie to go along with jQuery's tux.

Underscore provides 60-odd functions that support both the usual functional suspects: map, select, invoke — as well as more specialized helpers: function binding, javascript templating, deep equality testing, and so on. It delegates to built-in functions, if present, so modern browsers will use the native implementations of forEach, map, reduce, filter, every, some and indexOf.
javascript  js  programming  libraries  tools  development  code 
february 2011 by grahams
Charles Web Debugging Proxy • HTTP Monitor / HTTP Proxy / HTTPS & SSL Proxy / Reverse Proxy
Charles is an HTTP proxy / HTTP monitor / Reverse Proxy that enables a developer to view all of the HTTP and SSL / HTTPS traffic between their machine and the Internet. This includes requests, responses and the HTTP headers (which contain the cookies and caching information).
tools  development  network  web  profiling  from delicious
november 2010 by grahams
ack 1.94 -- better than grep, a source code search tool for programmers
ack is a tool like grep, designed for programmers with large trees of heterogeneous source code.
tools  code  searching  grep  programming  from delicious
november 2010 by grahams
Tons of updates to Webkit's Web Inspector — Officially Lucky
Joseph Pecoraro is a god amongst men! He’s spent the past three months adding nearly every missing feature I’ve ever wanted in the Web Inpsector you get in Safari and Webkit. In some instances he’s gone above and beyond. Here’s a sampling of what he’s added and fixed:
webkit  apple  safari  webdesign  development  tools  from delicious
october 2009 by grahams
Secret Socks | ni hi lex
This is a front-end graphical interface for using SSH as a secure SOCKS proxy, on Mac OS X. It is meant mainly for users who don't like using the command line.
ssh  socks  proxy  obfuscation  security  tunnels  gui  tools  osx  from delicious
july 2009 by grahams
Using Xcode with Git - more brain > blog.html
For Xcode and Git to work smoothly with each other, you need to make sure Git treats Xcode project files properly. You do this by configuring Git via .gitignore and .gitattributes. Create these files in your repo’s root folder and add the following lines:
xcode  git  mac  osx  development  tools  tips 
july 2009 by grahams
Color Scheme Designer 3
A funky but seemingly powerful to help develop color schemes.
colors  design  web  tools  development  neat 
march 2009 by grahams
Amish Hackers -- Kevin Kelly -- The Technium
The Amish have the undeserved reputation of being luddites, of people who refuse to employ new technology. It's well know the strictest of them don't use electricity, or automobiles, but rather farm with manual tools and ride in a horse and buggy. In any debate about the merits of embracing new technology, the Amish stand out as offering an honorable alternative of refusal. Yet Amish lives are anything but anti-technological. In fact on my several visits with them, I have found them to be ingenious hackers and tinkers, the ultimate makers and do-it-yourselfers and surprisingly pro technology.
hackers  amish  technology  tools 
february 2009 by grahams
luke crawford - The technical story of Muxtape
Then thing that’s so wonderful about using beautiful, appropriate tools is that they become an extension of you, your body, you fingertips, and your mind. They get out of the way and let you directly interact with the problem you are solving. Everyone’s tried to remove a screw without a screwdriver; a task quickly becomes impossible that otherwise would be trivial.
lukecrawford  luke  muxtape  music  phpmyadmin  ruby  webdesign  programming  abstraction  languages  tools 
january 2009 by grahams
Introducing Altirra, an 8-bit Atari emulator -
Why did I write this? Well, I grew up with a number of 8-bit computer systems, and the one that I liked the most was the Atari 800. The hardware design seemed the most versatile, and furthermore, it was the hardware predecessor to the Amiga, another one of my favorite systems. One day I got struck with a particularly bad case of nostalgia for it, without access to my real Atari 800. Normally I would have just launched Atari800Win, but for some reason I wanted to write my own emulator instead, since I'd never done a real one before, and this eventually was the result. Those of you who have followed VirtualDub's evolution know I like to do everything myself and in my own way. During one phase of its development, I was told: "You have the worst case of feature creep I've ever seen."
atari  emulation  code  programming  tools 
november 2008 by grahams
Offline NT Password & Registry Editor
Linux boot disk you can use to reset NT passwords and edit registry keys
admin  apps  cd  linux  recovery  password  tools  security 
july 2008 by grahams
Camp Chef Smoke Vault Review
I have three smokers. One is a Camp Chef SMV24 Smoke Vault 24 Inch vertical propane smoker.
cooking  bbq  barbeque  smokers  tools  food  smoke 
july 2008 by grahams
Cool Tool: Sticker Shield
Sticker Shield is a static adhesion sheet that surrounds a decal or sticker, making it easily removable and transferable from one surface to another. I've always had a problem with parking stickers.
car  tools  tips  tweaks  awesome  cleaning 
june 2008 by grahams
The Thing About Git
A great discussion of some of the less obvious advantages of git as a solution for the "Tangled Working-Copy Problem"
scm  git  development  tools  tutorial  programming 
april 2008 by grahams
Lobotomo Software: IPSecuritas
IPSecuritas is the most advanced, yet free IPSec client for Mac OS X. It supports virtually every available IPSec compliant firewall, allowing you to connect safely to your office or home network from any location on earth.
osx  vpn  networking  tools  free  bargains 
december 2007 by grahams
Exploring Leopard with DTrace
It can be difficult to see what [software] is doing and why it may be misbehaving. [..] A few years back, Sun developed DTrace: a new and innovative way to trace running software on live systems. [With] Leopard, Apple has brought DTrace to Mac OS X.
10.5  apple  articles  cocoa  code  cool  dtrace  osx  mac  leopard  programming  development  tools  debugging 
november 2007 by grahams
ShrinkSafe | The Dojo Toolkit
The last optional step in Dojo's build process is compression. [..] While many compression tools exist, several factors together make the Dojo compressor unique. We'll get to those, but first, how to make it work for you.
coding  compression  javascript  opensource  js  development  free  tools  optimization  performance  programming 
september 2007 by grahams
ITA Software: Trip Planner
ITA provides the back end to sites like Orbitz. This is their "dog food" version they make available to the public.
airport  travel  airfare  flights  search  tools  discount  deals  cool  ita  adamf 
july 2007 by grahams
WhatTheFont : MyFonts
Ever wanted to find a font just like the one used by certain publications, corporations, or ad campaigns? Well now you can, using our WhatTheFont font recognition system.
applications  apps  awesome  cool  design  typography  fonts  tools  webdesign 
june 2007 by grahams -- The Top Ten Subversion Tips for CVS Users
"I give you the top ten Subversion tips for CVS users. The first six tips address bad CVS habits; the last four address good Subversion habits."
code  computers  cvs  subversion  svn  programming  development  documentation  scm  tips  tools 
june 2007 by grahams
Copyright Renewal Database: Welcome
This database makes searchable the copyright renewal records received by the US Copyright Office between 1950 and 1993 for books published in the US between 1923 and 1963. Note that the database includes ONLY US Class A (book) renewals.
copyright  books  orphans  database  digital  reference  tools 
april 2007 by grahams
Google Sparsehash Package
The Google sparsehash package consists of two hashtable implementations: sparse, which is designed to be very space efficient, and dense, which is designed to be very time efficient.
code  c++  containers  stl  google  development  tools  programming 
march 2007 by grahams
SIRIUS Satellite Radio - My SIRIUS Frequency Finder
Helps you find clear FM stations for use with an FM transmitter; useful for anyone using an FM transmitter, not just Sirius users.
fm  sirius  tools  neat  fmtransmitter 
january 2007 by grahams
Sparkle is a module that developers can stick in their Cocoa applications (five-step install!) to get instant self-update functionality.
osx  development  code  tools  updates  cool  programming  mac  macosx  cocoa 
december 2006 by grahams
Signing Jar Files (converting pvk to p12)
It takes a bit of work to generate a PKCS12 file that java's jarsigner can use, so I'm blogging this so I will remember what to do next year, and also to help out anyone else in this situation.
java  security  certificates  signing  conversion  tools  development 
november 2006 by grahams
Source Control
Havoc Pennington weighs in on centralized vs. distributed source control
subversion  cvs  scm  git  programming  tools  code  coding  process 
october 2006 by grahams
CocoaMySQL - A MySQL GUI for Mac OS X
CocoaMySQL is an application used to manage MySQL databases (locally or over the internet). It lets you add and remove databases and tables, change fields and indexes, view and filter the content of tables, add, edit and remove rows, perform custom querie
apple  applications  cocoa  database  sql  web  tools  utilities  readlater 
august 2006 by grahams
Omniscient Debugging
What if your debugger could go "go backwards in time?" Would that make debugging easier? By simply recording all variable assignments, it is possible to do essentially this. This is the underlying idea for omniscient debugging.
barcamp  programming  debugging  debugger  software  gpl  tools 
june 2006 by grahams
Vim Essentials - The most efficient editor around.
Jordan from CSH has some nice Vim tutorial slides..
presentation  csh  vi  vim  unix  tools 
april 2006 by grahams
Coverity: Automated Error Prevention and Source Code Analysis
Coverity removes the risks associated with writing and deploying your valuable source code. Costly issues of security, development costs, downstream support, and end-user customer satisfaction can be effectively managed by delivering the highest possible
code  debugging  development  software  tools 
march 2006 by grahams
ViEmu: vi/vim editor emulation for Microsoft Visual Studio
ViEmu is an add-in for Microsoft Visual Studio that emulates the powerful vi/vim input model within the Visual Studio environment. It fully supports both VS.NET 2003 and VS2005.
vim  vi  visualstudio  development  microsoft  tools 
february 2006 by grahams
Orbicule | Undercover
Traditionally, anti-theft software sends you an e-mail from time to time, containing the internet location of your computer. This e-mail can then be used to trace your computer's physical location. For most software in this genre, that's about it. Not so
apple  software  security  mac  osx  laptop  tools 
january 2006 by grahams
Windows Media® Components for QuickTime
With Windows Media® Components for QuickTime, by Flip4Mac™, you can play Windows Media files (.wma and .wmv) directly in QuickTime Player and view Windows Media content on the Internet using a Web browser.
apple  quicktime  mac  free  microsoft  wmv  osx  video  tools 
january 2006 by grahams

related tags

10.5  abstraction  adamf  admin  airfare  airport  amish  apache  apple  applications  apps  art  articles  atari  awesome  barbeque  barcamp  bargains  bbq  books  business  c++  car  cd  certificates  characters  charts  cheap  chrome  citations  cleaning  cocoa  code  coding  collaboration  colors  compression  computers  containers  conversion  cooking  cool  copyright  csh  css  cvs  database  deals  debugger  debugging  design  development  devtools  diff  digital  discount  diy  documentation  dtrace  dvd  eclipse  editing  emulation  extension  firebug  firefox  fixes  flights  fm  fmtransmitter  fonts  food  fraud  free  fun  funny  git  google  gpl  gradients  grep  group  gui  hackers  hacks  hdtv  howto  html  htpasswd  humor  imported  interesting  internet  ita  java  javascript  js  json  languages  laptop  LaTeX  launchers  leopard  libraries  library  lint  linux  lists  luke  lukecrawford  mac  macosx  mail  media  meta:lost  microsoft  mpeg2  music  muxtape  neat  network  networking  obfuscation  objects  ocr  online  opensource  optimization  optout  orphans  osx  passwd  password  pastebin  performance  perl  phpmyadmin  presentation  privacy  process  profiling  programming  proxy  python  quicksilver  quicktime  radio  readlater  recovery  reference  regex  ripping  rocketpods  ruby  safari  school  scm  scripts  search  searching  security  server  shopping  signing  sirius  smoke  smokers  socks  software  spam  sql  ssh  stl  store  strange  stupidity  subversion  svn  symbols  sysadmin  tech  technology  test  textexpander  tips  tools  travel  tricks  tunnels  tutorial  tweaks  twitter  typesetting  typography  unix  updates  urls  useful  utilities  vi  via:weaver  video  vim  visualization  visualstudio  vpn  web  webdesign  webkit  win32  wmv  writing  www  xcode  youtube 

Copy this bookmark: