5 Work-From-Home Apps to improve your productivity

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Since the COVID-19, everything shifted to move online. I start using Apple’s default apps such as Photos, Mail, Calendar, Reminders, Notes,… which are all simple, lightweight, clean, and do the work I need.

Then, as I’ve learned, I found more alternative apps that do the job better than Apple, which are faster, and nice UI, and has more features.

1. Spark Mail App

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Templates

Problem: When I was sending out an email to different clients with the same template, I had to copy and paste multiple times and make changes. Sometimes I forgot to change the name of the person, and I felt so embarrassed. …


Vim/Zsh/Tmux, macOS Apps, Extensions for high productive development

A guide to set up your Mac and improve your programming experience to another level

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Inspiration

Whenever I got a new laptop, it usually takes me up to 2 hours to re-setup everything again, and I start getting tired and annoyed.

Every time I set up my Mac again, I learned something new and cool things that improve my programming experience better.

So, I make a collection of setup and apps to share with you my personal guide of setting up a new Mac for software development.

1. System Preferences

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How to install Docker & docker-compose on Compute Engine with ease in 2020

Author’s Note

Greeting readers,

This article is part of the “I Grow with Startups” series, which consists of a variety of Tech tutorials, news, and tips for software development. Here are the top 5 posts from the series, you can read more here:

  1. WebRTC — The technology that powers Google Meet, Facebook Messenger
  2. I built a M.E.R.N. codebase in an hour (Part 2)
  3. We save 45% of the total cost by hosting our client to Cloud Storage
  4. Say Hello to the new Github CLIs
  5. The Perfect Structure to Authenticate & Authorize Your API with Node.js

Thanks for visiting this series, and enjoy reading! …


Everything you need to know about Web RTC in 9 minutes

Here is what happens during a P2P connection, and all you need to know about Web Real-Time Communication

Author’s Note

Greeting readers,

This article is part of “I Grow with Startups” series, which consists of a variety of Tech tutorials, news, and tips for software development:

  1. Build a Well Structured 3-tier Architecture with Node.js (Part 1) — ES6
  2. 2 Simple Tips to Increase Your Team Code Quality
  3. The Perfect Structure to Authenticate & Authorize Your API with Node.js
  4. I built a M.E.R.N codebase in an hour (Part 2)
  5. How to build REST APIs with Java & MySQL using Tomcat
  6. Build your own Mailing API using Nodemailer, Gmail & Google OAuth2
  7. WebRTC — The technology that powers Google Meet, Facebook Messenger
  8. Say Hello to the new Github…


5 minutes Guide to Setup Your own Mailing API in Node.js App

Even though Gmail is the fastest way to get started with sending emails, it is by no means a preferable solution unless you are using OAuth2 authentication.

Author’s Note

Greeting readers,

This article is part of “I Grow with Startups” series, which consists of a variety of Tech tutorials, news, and tips for software development:

  1. Build a Well Structured 3-tier Architecture with Node.js (Part 1) — ES6
  2. 2 Simple Tips to Increase Your Team Code Quality
  3. The Perfect Structure to Authenticate & Authorize Your API with Node.js
  4. I built a M.E.R.N codebase in an hour (Part 2)
  5. How to build REST APIs with Java & MySQL using Tomcat
  6. Build your own Mailing API using Nodemailer, Gmail & Google OAuth2
  7. WebRTC — The technology that powers Google Meet, Facebook Messenger
  8. Say Hello to the new Github…

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