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menubar - ➖ high level way to create menubar desktop applications with electron

This module provides boilerplate for setting up a menubar application using electron. all you have to do is point it at your index.html and menubar icon and this will handle opening/closing a window when you click/blur.

spoof - Easily spoof your MAC address in OS X & Linux!

Node.js port of the popular SpoofMAC Python utility (GitHub: feross/SpoofMAC).I made this because changing your MAC address in OS X is harder than it should be. The Wi-Fi card needs to be manually disassociated from any connected networks in order for the change to apply correctly – super annoying! Doing this manually each time is tedious and lame.

create-dmg - Create a good-looking DMG for your macOS app in seconds

Imagine you have finished a macOS app, exported it from Xcode, and now want to distribute it to users. The most common way of distributing an app outside the Mac App Store is by putting it in a .dmg file. These are hard to create, especially good-looking ones. You can either pay for a GUI app where you have to customize an existing design or you can run some homebrewed Bash script and you still have to design it. This tool does everything for you, so you can play with your 🐈 instead.Discuss it on Product Hunt and Twitter.

security-growler - :satellite: A Mac menubar app that notifies you whenever SSH, VNC, sudo, or other auth events occur

I have a refactor in-progress to fix Security Growler for macOS Sierra using Bitbar, but I'm too busy to finish it at the moment.This menubar app for OS X will notify you via Notification Center (or Growl) when various security events occur (see list).

NodObjC - The Node.js ⇆ Objective-C bridge

NodObjC exposes the Objective-C runtime to Node.js in a high-level, easy to use fashion. It uses the BridgeSupport files to dynamically generate an API from an Objective-C "Framework", and uses the node ffi module to dynamically interact with the Objective-C runtime.Or add it to the "dependencies" section of your package.json file.

bitbar - Put the output from any script or program in your Mac OS X Menu Bar

BitBar (by Mat Ryer - @matryer) lets you put the output from any script/program in your Mac OS X Menu Bar. And finally...

mac-dev-playbook - Mac setup and configuration via Ansible.

This playbook installs and configures most of the software I use on my Mac for web and software development. Some things in macOS are slightly difficult to automate, so I still have some manual installation steps, but at least it's all documented here. This is a work in progress, and is mostly a means for me to document my current Mac's setup. I'll be evolving this set of playbooks over time.

macos-virtualbox-vm - Instructions and script to help you create a VirtualBox VM running macOS.

Download the installer from Mac App Store (it should be available in the 'Purchases' section if you've acquired it previously). The installer will be placed in your Applications folder. (Should work for Yosemite, El Capitan and Sierra - 10.10-10.12.). Make the script executable and run it: chmod +x prepare-iso.sh && ./prepare-iso.sh.

Amethyst - Automatic tiling window manager for macOS à la xmonad.

Tiling window manager for macOS along the lines of xmonad. Amethyst is available for direct download here or using homebrew cask.

YapAnimator - Your fast and friendly physics-based animation system.

Because it's insanely easy to use and makes beautiful animations, that's why. There are other physics-based animation systems out there (e.g. UIKit's spring animations, Facebook's Pop), but they still require writing too much code, bookkeeping, and hand-holding for our taste. YapAnimator represents a distilled n-th iteration of code that we've been using in our own apps for years. We find it invaluable in our day-to-day and think that you will too. YapAnimator comes with a handy extension bolted on to CALayer and UIView/NSView, providing one-liner animations under the animatedLayer and animated properties, respectively.

warzone2100 - Warzone 2100 - a free and open source real time strategy game

Warzone 2100, released in 1999 and developed by Pumpkin Studios, was a ground-breaking and innovative 3D real-time strategy game. In 2004 Eidos, in collaboration with Pumpkin Studios, decided to release the source for the game under the terms of the GNU GPL, including everything but the music and in-game video sequences, which were released later.

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LoadUI - Load Testing Tool

loadUI deliver a visual, drag-and-drop interface which allows you to create, configure and redistribute your Load Tests interactively and in real-time. You can distribute your Load Tests across any number of loadUI Agents on local or remote machines, allowing you to simulate high volume and real-world load with incredible efficiency. It supprots wide range of protocols and technologies from HTTP(S), HTML, SOAP/WSDL and REST to AMF, JDBC, JMS and POX.

Synfig Studio - 2D animation software

Synfig Studio is a free and open-source 2D animation software, designed as powerful industrial-strength solution for creating film-quality animation using a vector and bitmap artwork. It eliminates the need to create animation frame-by frame, allowing you to produce 2D animation of a higher quality with fewer people and resources.

struct - Xcode projects on steroids

struct is a tool for iOS and Mac developers to automate the creation and management of Xcode projects. Ever lamented over your unorganised project files? struct solves that by making your filesystem be your project structure. How it is on disk is how it is in your project. Simple.

LinkLiar - :link: Link-Layer MAC spoofing GUI for macOS

This is an intuitive macOS status menu application written in Swift to help you spoof the MAC addresses of your Wi-Fi and Ethernet interfaces. It is free as in open-source. Should you like to motivate me, you may click on the ✭ in the top-right corner.