It contains the following courses:
Follow along and learn as Greg Aker covers the basic command line commands and information you need to know.
We’ll start off by getting familiar with the terminal itself; that plain, simple, yet powerful tool that exists, hidden away, on our computers. After that we’ll cover the following:
findto search files and contents of files
The course contains the following:
Narrated and taught by Ryan Irelan
After watching this course you’ll be better prepared to take command at the command line. You will learn about a dozen different tricks for saving time and doing more. Along the way you’ll also learn some tactics to put together your own tricks. The material is authored by self-professed mad scientist, code wrangler, and web developer Brett Terpstra.
Here’s what we’ll cover:
opencommand, learn how to quick look files from the command line, batch change file extensions, and move from the Finder to the Terminal seamlessly.
sips, and create base64 version of images, including scripting it so we can quickly create a CSS background property from an image.
The course teaches you tricks and the tools you need to create your own tricks. Learn about creating bash functions and aliases, both simple and complex git aliases, how to batch process images from the command line, and more.
The course includes:
.bash_profilefiles used in the course).
This course is narrated and taught by Ryan Irelan.
This course bundle varies in difficulty but is made up of fundamentals material to help you get started or as a refresher and a more advanced course on OS X shell tricks.
Absolutely. Just click on the more information link by each course description and you'll be brought to the course page. There you can add an individual course to your cart. But, you know, the bundle is a better deal.
There is a Team Pack available, which allows you to share the course with up to 5 people in your company or the Company option, which allows you to use the course with up to 25 people.
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