Category Archives: cli

Today’s Readings

The latest installment in my “Today’s Readings” series, including lots and lots of CSS, SW, web perf, folding boxes and rolling dice… Happy reading! Continue reading

Today’s Readings

The latest installment in my “Today’s Readings” series, including lots of CSS and WPO, new JS array methods, Figma exports, using Gatsby with WP, JS Observers and more. Happy reading! Continue reading

Today’s Readings

The latest installment in my “Today’s Readings” series, offering my rants and thoughts based on findings from around the world-wide web. Happy reading! Continue reading

How to use dynamic variables in a Grunt config file

Grunt is a powerful tool, but can seem limiting when you need dynamic values or options. But it’s actually really easy to pass data to Grunt and have it do just about anything you want, dynamically! Continue reading

Today’s Readings

The latest installment in my “Today’s Readings” series, offering my rants and thoughts based on findings from around the world-wide web. Happy reading! Continue reading

Today’s Readings

The latest installment in my “Today’s Readings” series, offering my rants and thoughts based on findings from around the world-wide web. Happy reading! Continue reading

Today’s Readings

The latest installment in my “Today’s Readings” series, offering my rants and thoughts based on findings from around the world-wide web. Happy reading! Continue reading

A better Windows command line experience: Comparing PowerCmd vs. Console2 vs. ConsoleZ vs. ConEmu Vs. Cmder

A short while ago I wrote a post about Console2. Then a reader suggested I try ConEmu or Cmder. So I did. Then I also tried PowerCmd and ConsoleZ. Here is what I thought of each, and which I recommend for you. Continue reading

A better Windows command line experience using Console2

My day-to-day work load requires that I have at least six separate Windows command lines running. Opening them all every time I restart my PC, navigating to the correct directories, copying and pasting the necessary command into each one, and then toggling between the ambiguously-named instances is… annoying. Find out how I moved them all into a single, tabbed app, gave each tab a descriptive name, have each one open in the directory I need it in, and fire the first command I need each to run. Continue reading

Today’s Readings

The latest installment in my “Today’s Readings” series, offering my rants and thoughts based on findings from around the world-wide web. Happy reading! Continue reading