Panic has updated their awesome file transfer application Transmit for Mac to version 5.
(Transmit iOS is still at version 3. Available on the iOS AppStore.)
I just mentioned Transmit in my post on Transferring files with SSH earlier this week (I just updated the links in that post).
Also, this version of Transmit is no longer available in the Mac AppStore, adding to the ever longer list of applications that are leaving the AppStore. Panic’s reason is that they want to give users a free trial option.
RoaringApps is a crowd sourced web site, that track compatibility of applications with new and old versions of macOS (and iOS and Windows). They’ve been around for a while (since Lion, hence the name) and have now updated their database for High Sierra and iOS 11.
Tony Williams is on a self described roll and has now added bash completion for the Munki tools. See his post for details and my previous post on the autopkg completion for instructions on how to install them without
Source: Now We Have bash Completion For Munki | The Macintosh Guy
(Bonus scripter points for automating the creation of a script…)
Sal Soghoian has announced a one-day conference in Santa Clara on Mac Automation. The speaker list looks very interesting.
Source: CMD-D|Masters of Automation
Great article on some best practices for writing shell scripts:
Source: Shell Scripts Matter
This is an interesting new addition to Keynote’s scripting library!
Source: AppleScript and Keynote: Playing Documents
These will keep me busy for the foreseeable future. Thanks to everyone involved!
Source: MacADUK 2017 Session Videos – Amsys Online Training
TidBits have put together this great list of Mac and iOS conferences (and they are still updating it).
Source: Omni Group Automation: App-to-App Scripting
Sal Sogohian with more info on how to use the new OmniJS functionality in the Omni Group application suite.