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:
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This course is narrated and taught by Ryan Irelan.
This course is an intermediate level introduction to doing fancy tricks on the command line. The course is ideal for web developers, web designers and front-end developers who have some command line experience.
This course is 70 minutes of trickery and spans 11 different videos.
The code and 19 page course handbook (PDF and HTML) are both available as downloads from your Course Library.
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