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shoes4 - Shoes 4 : the next version of Shoes

  •    Ruby

Shoes is a little DSL for cross-platform (Mac, Windows, and Linux) GUI programming. It feels like real Ruby, rather than just another C++ library wrapper. For some samples, the manual, and a free book, check out the Shoes website. The look and feel will differ for your operating system, as Shoes 4 uses native widgets.

awesome-mac -  Now we have become very big, Different from the original idea

  •    HTML

 Now we have become very big, Different from the original idea. Collect premium software in various categories. Feel free to star and fork. Any comments, suggestions? Let us know!. We love PRs :) Please take a look at the Contributing guidelines before opening one. Follow the awesome list.

mac-setup - Installing Development environment on macOS

  •    Shell

This guide covers the basics of setting up a development environment on a new Mac. Whether you are an experienced programmer or not, this guide is intended for everyone to use as a reference for setting up your environment or installing languages/libraries. Some of the environments we will set up are Node (JavaScript), Python, C++ and Ruby. Even if you don't program in all of them, they are useful to have as many command-line tools rely on them. We'll also show you some useful daily use applications. As you read and follow these steps, feel free to post any feedback or comments you may have.

Stitch - Python Remote Administration Tool (RAT)

  •    Python

Stitch is for education/research purposes only. The author takes NO responsibility and/or liability for how you choose to use any of the tools/source code/any files provided. The author and anyone affiliated with will not be liable for any losses and/or damages in connection with use of ANY files provided with Stitch. By using Stitch or any files included, you understand that you are AGREEING TO USE AT YOUR OWN RISK. Once again Stitch and ALL files included are for EDUCATION and/or RESEARCH purposes ONLY. Stitch is ONLY intended to be used on your own pentesting labs, or with explicit consent from the owner of the property being tested. This is a cross platform python framework which allows you to build custom payloads for Windows, Mac OSX and Linux as well. You are able to select whether the payload binds to a specific IP and port, listens for a connection on a port, option to send an email of system info when the system boots, and option to start keylogger on boot. Payloads created can only run on the OS that they were created on.

crypto-bar - 📈 A menu bar app that updates cryptocurrencies prices in real-time

  •    Javascript

A menu bar application built using Electron and React that updates cryptocurrencies prices in real-time using web sockets. Data provided by CryptoCompare, which compiles information for most cryptocurrencies and exchanges. This app is distributed under the Creative Commons Zero v1.0 Universal license.

SystemTray - Cross-platform SystemTray support for Swing/AWT, GtkStatusIcon, and AppIndicator on Java 8+

  •    Java

Professional, cross-platform SystemTray support for Swing/AWT, GtkStatusIcon, and AppIndicator on Java 6+. This library provides OS Native menus and Swing/AWT menus, depending on the OS and Desktop Environment and if AutoDetect (the default) is enabled.

macdeployqtfix - To bundle a Qt application on Mac OSX, there is macdeployqt

  •    Python

To bundle a Mac OSX application dynamically linked with Qt, there is macdeployqt. To finish the job there is macdeployqtfix...

kaishi - A shell script to convert any Mac OS X or Linux computer into a real development machine

  •    Shell

Kaishi is a bash script to set up your Mac OSX for full web stack Rails development.For Mavericks (10.9) or Yosemite (10.10), execute sudo xcodebuild -license and follow the instructions to accept the XCode agreement. After that you just run xcode-select --install and proceed with the installation.

OpenRaider - Open Source Tomb Raider Engine

  •    C++

This project started as a fork of the OpenRaider Open Source implementation of the classic Tomb Raider Game Engine. The original project was abandoned in 2003. In the meantime, this OpenRaider has become a full rewrite of the original. OpenRaider currently supports TR1, TR2 and TR3 files, as well as custom maps based on these engines.

macappshell - Creates a Mac OSX

  •    Shell

Creates a Mac OSX .app folder (complete with icons) ready for your binary file. Perfect for Golang, C++, Rust, or any other language that compiles to a binary file on OSX. Download or clone the repo.

locationchanger - Change OS X’s network location based on the name of Wi-Fi network

  •    Shell

It automatically changes OS X’s network location based on the name of Wi-Fi network and runs arbitrary scrips when it happens. It will ask you for a root password to install locationchanger to the /usr/local/bin directory.

dev-machine - Ansible setup for maintaining a development environment

  •    Javascript

For more information, see my blog post. Runs ansible, provisioning local machine with dev tools and setup.

Panda-Mac-app - Mac OSX app written in swift that lets you easily from light to dark mode in OSX Yosemite

  •    Objective-C

Panda is a simple menu bar application that switch between black and white theme in OSX Yosemite. ###Time based switch You can set when you want Panda to automatically switch between dark and light theme.

armenian-phonetic - Armenian phonetic keyboard layout for Mac OSX

  •    Javascript

This project was initiated as an alternative keyboard layout for those who have an experience of working with Armenian Phonetic layout in Windows/Linux. It basically is created from scratch using Ukelele tool on Mac for editing keyboard layouts. It is hosted on Github page. Please feel free to file bugs right on Github. I'll do my best to address them as quickly as possible. Below are brief instructions on the layout set-up.

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