Category: Command Line Interface

Web Crawling with Node, PhantomJS and Horseman

It is quite common during the course of a project to find yourself needing to write custom scripts for performing a variety of actions. Such one-off scripts, which are typically executed via the command-line (CLI), can be used for virtually any type of task. Having written many such scripts over the years, I have grown...

Sourcehunt PHP Xmas 2015: Give the Gift of Pull Requests!

Before we round the year up, there’s one more issue of Sourcehunt to publish, as a small Xmas gift to all the underrepresented open source projects out there. Let’s get everyone some more contributors, shall we? mindplay-dk/unbox [8 ★] There’s no shortage of container-interop compatible container implementatio...

A Beginner Splurge in Node.js

It’s 3 a.m., hands over the keyboard while staring at an empty console. The bright prompt over a dark backdrop ready, yearning to take in commands. Want to hack up Node.js for a little while? One of the exciting news about Node.js is that it runs anywhere. This opens up the stack to various ways to experiment wit...

Getting started with Ember and Ember CLI

Ember has gone through a lot of changes over the years. One of the biggest ones has been the introduction of the Ember CLI, a command line utility built for Ember. It combines several features including generators, minifiers, CSS preprocessor compilers, autoreload, and ES6 module loaders. This command line tool will he...