In case you need to remove a tag from your Git repo. Local and remote.
When you need to remove your last pushed commit.
Recently I've started using version 5.3 of Laravel for my upcoming projects. Also, a few months ago I discovered Vue.js and its integration in Laravel. I have made some research and after that, I decide to give it a try. It' really easy to setup a new Laravel project with Vue.js, just follow these steps.
After two months suffering the macOS beta versions, I finally updated to the macOS Sierra official release. Then after two or three days Apple has started to release new macOS beta versions and the App Store app starts annoying me with notifications to update again to a beta version.
For a recent client project, I had to implement the feature to make phone calls from the iOS app. I had never done this before and at the first moment, I wondered if was possible to do that on iOS due to the strong restrictions Apple usually sets on things like this.
One of the first weird things you noticed when you start to code in Swift is the new way to manipulate strings. There isn't an [NSString class] anymore... oh, my!
If you're a member of different development teams or you have a multiple GIT remotes setup, you might need to deal with multiple SSH identities. In my own case, I use my own git server (with Gogs) and BitBucket for my private repos, as well as GitHub for my public repos and gists. This is my setup to deal with multiple SSH identities in OSX.