After installing OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion, a few things in our web development environment stopped working (namely Apache with multiple vhosts, BIND/wildcard DNS, Phusion Passenger and the rmagick2 gem, and postfix).
It appears as though Apple is requiring content providers to expressly allow AirPlay video in order for video to be playable from Safari onto an Apple TV.
Recently I was looking around for information on how to begin syncing my iPhone 4 with my MacBook Air rather than my old work PC.
Mac OS X Quick Look is a great tool for being able to take a quick glance at a file's contents, without the delays associated with launching a full app. However, there are some limitations in the file types it's able to preview. As a web development company that deals with SQL on a daily basis, we were finally annoyed with the inability to quickly preview .sql files to the point that we decided to do a little digging.
Whenever I begin work on a new web development project, I seem to always have trouble remembering how to make a directory writable by Apache in Mac OS without giving full rwx permissions to everyone.
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As developers, it seems we're always getting bitten when upgrading Mac OS X.