While developing React Native apps I often find myself in the need of testing on multiple iOS simulators at the same time. From the React Native docs it does not seem obviously possible, but the truth is: it is possible!
While digging around on Google and SO for a solution, I “accidentally” found this trick myself.
(updated 1st of December 2015)
Update January 2017: This blog post is no longer up-to-date so the fix written may not work as expected anymore. I’m sorry 🙂
If you are building a multilingual ecommerce WordPress website using the plugins WooCommerce and Polylang, you might run into a bug. Thus you can translate your products and product categories in your wp-admin, WooCommerce can not figure out to shift properly between your translations on the frontend. This happens because WooCommerce does not natively support Polylang’s translations. Learn here how to fix this bug.
As a part of a code-to-impress-project, I developed a Real-time Time Tracking Application. It is built with AngularJS, Firebase and AngularFire.
Try opening the demo in different browsers, or even on your smartphone, to see how the real-time magic works out when starting/stopping the tracker, editing notes or project names.