Making Winston log statements act like console.log()
I found myself having to generate certificates for a Localstack instance, several times (because I forgot the syntax and they got overwritten); eventually I gave up and wrote this shell script to do it. The script uses the excellent mkcert,
There are a few guides to doing this out there - however, I found that none of them really worked for me for one reason or another. So I thought I’d document what worked for me. If nothing else
I searched thinking it would bring up an obvious hit in DuckDuckGo/Google/Bing/whatever, but it didn't. So - for future reference, and hopefully saving you some time - here's one way: Windows - CTRL+SMac - Command+SThere
Sometimes they're the underlying site.
So one of my favourite editors - Ulysses - just got Ghost integration. This is me checking it out. It actually works beautifully. Go to “publish”, add your Ghost account if it’s not present, pick the style you want
I realise the Apple website has some good guidance for that, but I thought I'd write down the bit where I went wrong in case it helps some other folks. To trigger the keyboard to re-pair (once the original device
This is one of those things which is going to be really easy if you've already found how to do it. If, like me, you hadn't found it, then it's not as clear as it might be. The obvious (to