If you’re working with WordPress and MAMP to importing a large database, then you may need to stop tweaking settings and using the command-line. It’s easy. Nice tips. Always can’t remember the exact script. Source: Importing A Large Database in MAMP | Tom McFarlin
Shaumik examines ways to manage huge repositories with Git, including shallow cloning, cloning a single branch, using submodules and third-party extensions. Once shocked someone pushed the PSD files to git. Turns out large files is indeed problem for git. And it’s nice to have solutions like these. Source: Managing Huge Repositories with Git
As much as I love what GitHub has brought us, I often see developers asking users to report issues on GitHub. That’s never sat well with me. Agreed. GitHub is developer to developer. Source: Don’t Report Issues on GitHub | Tom McFarlin
One of the most useful features of any version control system is the ability to “undo” your mistakes. In Git, “undo” can mean many slightly different things. Useful Undo. Source: How to undo (almost) anything with Git
Matthew Setter take a look at Static Review – a framework for writing git hooks, so you can do hook inspections on your files on certain git actions! Seems nice. Although not keen to try it right now. Source: Writing PHP Git Hooks with Static Review
There are two ways. But probably preferable Command Line one. Since the Web UI one is said not really the right way to sync.
Everything about Sass Maps.