5 months ago


Shows how much CPU your Mac OSx is using in the header bar!

5 months ago

Eject water from your phone's speakers after getting it wet



🛠 How it works

It works just like the ⌚️ Apple watch's built-in water ejection feature. It plays a specific tone that generates sound waves which causes the water to be ejected.

5 months ago

Handy macOS terminal commands 🛠️

Stop iTunes from responding to the keyboard media keys

launchctl unload -w /System/Library/LaunchAgents/ 2> /dev/null

Disable the "Are you sure you want to open this application?" dialog

defaults write LSQuarantine -bool false

Tell macOS to always show all files in finder

defaults write AppleShowAllFiles YES
5 months ago

[VSCODE] Switch back from Settings UI to Settings.JSON |


[Part of the course] — VSCode recently stopped displaying the split of VSCode default settings and users settings along with the settings.json file — hacker in me doesn't like the new UI Settings so — I moved them back.

P.S. If you like my work, feel free to share it, like it, and subscribe to my YouTube channel.

Peace! ✌️

Video Transcript: (CLICK TO EXPAND!)

🎸 (MUSIC PLAYING) While I was working with course, one thing happened. Visual Studio kept updating every single month. Now if you press COMMAND (⌘) + COMMA (,) or if you press COMMAND (⌘) + SHIFT (⇧) + P and search for settings and open the settings, you get a shiny new UI, the user interface for settings area. But the hacker in me doesn't really like it. And throughout this course, I'll be teaching you to configure all the different settings through this particular file "settings.json" So, how about we go ahead and make this our default settings for the time being. Press COMMAND (⌘) + SHIFT (⇧) + P search for settings And click on Open Settings. Now search for Settings again. And as you can see Workbench does settings that determine which setting editor to be used by default is set to UI. I want you to go ahead and set it to json. As soon as you do it, this bar basically indicates that this setting has been updated. After setting your Settings Editor to JSON Go down here, or search for "Use Split JSON" E.g. "Settings Use Split JSON" – and you'll meet this particular setting Here I want you to go ahead and checkmark this setting It should be check marked so that you can see a split of All of your default settings as well as your "settings.json" file E.g. now if I press COMMAND (⌘) + COMMA (,) Your settings will look like this! You will have the "Default User Settings" on the left and your "User Settings" on the right. This is very important for this course because in this entire course I'll be doing all of the settings and searching for them through this area. Now if I go back and press COMMAND (⌘) + COMMA (,) The "settings.json" file opens up. That is exactly what we want for this course But if you would still like to access the UI for Settings, what can do is press COMMAND (⌘) + SHIFT (⇧) + P Search for Open Settings — and here it is Open Settings UI. If you click it, you'll be in the UI of the settings. But we can set up a keyboard shortcut for that as well. To do that, you can either go from here to the keyboard shortcuts Or you can press COMMAND (⌘) + K then COMMAND (⌘) + S And access these keyboard shortcuts. Search for open settings — this is the setting we want. Open Settings UI Click on the plus icon (+) and let's type COMMAND (⌘) + PERIOD (.) Press [ENTER] Now if you press COMMAND (⌘) + PERIOD (.) you will be opening up the UI settings. And if you will press COMMAND (⌘) + COMMA (,) you will be opening up the normal JSON settings. Let's try it out. I am going to press COMMAND (⌘) + COMMA (,) and it opens up the settings.json file. I am going to press COMMAND (⌘) + PERIOD (.) and there you have it. A new shiny UI of settings. So that's about it. You can obviously set a different keyboard shortcut here but I tend to go with this one. 👍 Tweet your progress with #VSCODEpro @MrAhmadAwais

5 months ago

Get day of week

Simply get day of week.

💻JavaScript Snippets

  var d = new Date("2012-09-10");
  var n = d.getDay();

It will show 1

💻PHP Snippet <?php $date = "2012-09-10"; $dayofweek = date('w', strtotime($date)); print_r($dayofweek); ?>

It will show 1

💻Python Snippet import datetime print(datetime.datetime.strptime('10 09 2012', '%m %d %Y').weekday())

It will show 1

5 months ago

macOS Mojave: How to take a Screen Capture

Screen Recording 2019-04-11 at 14 30 29

Press cmd + shift + 5 to show up the tool. Read complete documentation.

5 months ago

Finding a previous IP address

When I change the DNS of a website, I'll often need the previous IP address to SSH back into the previous server.

I never write the previous IP down. Luckily, you can search the IP history of your domain by entering it here:

5 months ago

Ignoring a previously committed file quickly

Files already tracked by Git are not effected by the .gitignore file.

If you want to ignore a file that you've committed in the past,

  • Use echo with >>(double redirection arrow) to append a relative file path to your .gitignore directly from the terminal.
  • Use git rm with the --cached option to delete the file from your remote repository, but keep it in your working directory as an ignored file.
  • Commit.
$ echo debug.log >> .gitignore
$ git rm --cached debug.log
rm 'debug.log'
$ git commit -m "Start ignoring debug.log"
5 months ago

Keyboard Events Live Reference

See the key and character codes vs. event types for your keyboard events live.

Here's the HTML file, you can upload it to your own Github and use Github Pages under settings to create a live preview from your own profile. (A hack within a hack)

I just started working with the DOM a lot more recently. For developers working with [Keyboard] DOM events regularly, what other columns would you add to this to improve your workflow?

5 months ago

Automatically Update Your Website Footer

👨‍💻Automatically updating copyright year or other dynamic timestamp. ✅Just copy a code snippet _

💻JavaScript Snippets - For Static Sites <script type="text/javascript"> document.write(new Date().getFullYear()); </script>

😻It will show > 2019

If you want a bit more information, here's a snippet you can customize: &copy; 2010<script>new Date().getFullYear()>2010&&document.write("-"+new Date().getFullYear());</script>, Company.

It will give you: © 2010-2019, Company. _

💻PHP Snippets - For Dynamic Sites <?php echo date("Y"); ?>

😻It will show > 2019

If you want a bit more information, here's a snippet you can customize: &copy; <?php $fromYear = 2008; $thisYear = (int)date('Y'); echo $fromYear . (($fromYear != $thisYear) ? '-' . $thisYear : '');?> Company. It will give you: © 2010-2019, Company.