OS X

Install Node.js and npm using Homebrew on OS X

Homebrew, the missing package manager for OS X. The standard Node.js and npm install method for OS X is to download a pre-built installer for your platform, install it, and make sure it’s on your $PATH. But since you have homebrew, you have a better way of installing it and its as easy as pie! [read more]


Installing Nginx And PHP on OS X

I hate using PHP. There was a time I loved it and looked forward to the release of PHP 5. These days I I use it only when I really have to, for example being asked to update or troubleshoot an old code base. Normally I would just create a virtual machine with linux on it, but this time I thought I would use homebrew to instal a local stack on my Maverick development machine. So here goes: [read more]


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