I remember hearing that homebrew/php was going to be deprecated and migrated to homebrew/core, but I forgot somewhere along the way until I started to update my Brew setup last week. I received a few issues with the automatic homebred-php migration. I am not positive, but I think it had to do with the fact that I had also installed php71-mcrypt. After doing some research, realized that php-mcrypt and other extensions that were optional with homebrew/php are included in the homebrew/core version of PHP.
While I don’t develop iOS or Mac apps full-time, I do enjoy dabbling in iOS, Mac, and Swift development. In a personal goal to learn the iOS SDK and Swift development, I have spent time finding the best resources that help me keep up with related news, tips, and the business of application development.
I find podcasts to be a great way for me to absorb and comprehend content. They are also very convenient when commuting or folding laundry. I thought it would be helpful to share 10 of the podcasts I am enjoying the most in my Mac/iOS Development Overcast playlist.
After a recent update of MacOS Sierra (10.12), I noticed that my ssh private key passphrases were no longer loading from Keychain on the initial boot or restart of my MacBook Pro. The first time this happened, I thought I just needed to enter it once and that it would be okay after that. That theory proved to be incorrect.
I really enjoyed this Alfred extension for Alfred 1.x. The extension compares files/folders selected with Alfred in the beautiful Kaleidoscope app. I missed this functionality in Alfred 2 and decided to setup the same file action as an Alfred workflow. If you are interested in it, download and install the workflow below.