Be nice. Or else.
Victoria, BC Designer at Pixel Union Joined about 4 years ago via an invitation from Allan G. Cory has invited James Delaney, Kyle Conrad, Ilja Miskov, Ryan Mense, Brandon Makes and 1 other, Claus Hollensteiner
Well the jokes on him, you can get PHPs for only $10.
I guess it depends on how you define front-end development. Sure, there are templates much cheaper than $27, but so what. One cheap developer doesn't set the prices for an industry. If your work is great and you can communicate properly front-end development can be a lucrative career.
Looks great Nuno!
Portfolio category on siteInspire might help.
It's a slightly modified version of Agnoster
Depends on how the Cask is set up. If the Application is downloaded at a version specific link (ie. software.com/download/v10.zip) then it needs to be bumped manually by somebody in the community. If the download link isn't version specific (ie. software.com/download/latest.zip) then it's always pointing to the latest version.
In Sketch's case it's done manually. However, casks for popular apps are updated soon after a release.
I've been working on a series of articles on command line tools that I think may benefit designers. The first post is on managing applications and fonts with Homebrew.