Posts tagged with macos


Node.js is an exciting new development framework. Here's a quick overview of how to get Node working on MAC OSX with npm, the package manager for node. Install Homebrew (see article for details..) #download…

Apache is pre-installed webserver in the OS and needs to be enabled via the command line: START/STOP APACHE #which version? sudo apachectl -v #start-stop-restart sudo apachectl start|stop|restart There are many different Apache…

This post explains how you can install Redis on your Mac OS X system. It's a "NoSQL" key-value data store.The closest analog is Memcached, but with built-in persistence (snapshotting or journaling to disk) and…

Homebrew is a package management system for your Mac. Homebrew makes it easy to install the software you generally need development. So how do you install Homebrew? Installing Homebrew is very simple (However, it does…