MongoDB.app: The easiest way to get started with MongoDB on the Mac

A few days ago I released my first ever “real” swift app. The app is called MongoDB.app and it’s just a thin wrapper around the official MongoDB binaries that you can download from their site. The app will add a status menu icon which will allow you to start and stop a local MongoDB server… Continue reading MongoDB.app: The easiest way to get started with MongoDB on the Mac

Making iTerm 2 work with normal Mac OSX keyboard shortcuts

Today I found out how to map common Mac keyboard shortcuts to work like they should inside iTerm. The ones that I needed most where ⌥← (Option-Left Arrow) to move left one word, ⌥→ (Option-Right Arrow) to move right one word, ⌘← (Command-Left Arrow) to move to the beginning of the line and ⌘→ (Command-Right… Continue reading Making iTerm 2 work with normal Mac OSX keyboard shortcuts

Como usar screen en *nix

Screen es una herramienta del command line en sistemas *nix lo que incluye a Mac OS X. Esta herramienta permite crear pantallas virtuales de las que podemos conectarnos y desconectarnos sin interrumpir los procesos que estas realizan. Referencia Rápida Comando Descripción > screen -S nombredesesion Crea una nueva sesión de screen > screen -r nombredesesion… Continue reading Como usar screen en *nix