Here’s the new iTunes apps updates page screen. Nicer, but it’s harder to download updates if you have multiple accounts active. It will prompt you to enter your account’s password according to the sequence of the apps that appear in that list.
Wow, first Tumblr and now this? This is a very big week for Yahoo.
It’s only after we’ve lost everything that we’re free to do anything.
So, in Rails, how do you clear the development log file? Here’s how: rake log:clear
Interesting concept for HP’s branding. Unfortunately, they are not going ahead with the design, yet. Source: The story of Human Progress – Moving Brands
100 Free icons for iOS tab bar by ~EgorCulcea on deviantART Iconbeast Lite IconBeast Lite is a strip-down version of IconBeast Pro. These icons and symbols are designed for Apple iPhone and iPad app development. They are pixel perfect and contain alpha transparency which follow all the requirements provided by Apple. You can download IconBeast Lite […]
If you’re on Leopard (Mac OS X 10.5), follow the instructions on the following post: Vibrant Ink for Leopard Terminal Here’s a preview of what we’re trying to achieve: Instructions 1. Download and install the SIMBL plugin on the website. There’s instructions on how to install the SIBML plugin there. Download SIMBL: SIMBL website 2. […]
One of the most annoying things about Mail.app application in Leopard is its paste with formatting feature. Some might find this useful, but I ended up with emails that looked like this! That’s surely unprofessional by any standard. There’s already a simple fix for this however. You can just press Command + Option + Shift […]
To get CakePHP to work with ServerFreak or any other hosting (e.g. IPSERVERONE, 1&1, Godaddy) that serves from a user directory that already uses mod_rewrite, all you have to do is add RewriteBase statements to the .htaccess files that CakePHP uses: /.htaccess /app/.htaccess /app/webroot/.htaccess Here’s how they should look like after modification. /.htaccess <ifmodule mod_rewrite.c> […]