Update: The developers of MAMP recommend the following workaround: Workaround for the 10.10 Preview 5 bug: Rename the file “envvars” located in into “_envvars” If you’re running MAMP Pro 3 and you installed Yosemite preview 5, you’ve probably noticed Apache won’t start anymore, with the following error: dyld: Symbol not found: _iconv Referenced from: /usr/lib/libmecabra.dylib… Continue reading MAMP Pro on Yosemite Beta 5
Following on from my last blog post about modernising WordPress development with grunt, we’ve been using the process for a few months at Storm and have been slowly making it better. This week, while working on pretty heavy project, we noticed that our compiled single CSS file was a huge 6,500 lines and ~180kb. This… Continue reading Using UnCSS and grunt-uncss with WordPress
Last October, I spent two days at #fowa in London. One of the most common themes that came out of it was how far automation tools have come in the last few years. Where I work at Storm, we have two groups of devs, I’m lucky enough to lead the WordPress and PHP team while upstairs… Continue reading Modernising WordPress theme development
If you’re a developer and you got access to use Mac OS X 10.9 Mavericks earlier this week, you’ll notice that it’s actually mostly a hassle free experience, apart from changes to the code signing and authorisation model that mean non-signed applications can no longer elevate permissions to root level. Now, this shouldn’t matter to… Continue reading MAMP Pro under OS X Mavericks
Just a quick post to say that as of last night’s Sky+HD box firmware OTA update, Sky have updated the DNLA endpoint for SkyPlay requests to /SkyPlay, from /SkyPlay2. You’ll need to update any SkyPlay requests to this, or get an “Invalid Action” back from the UPnP/DNLA endpoint.