0. If you haven’t already, install homebrew. See https://brew.sh/ 1. Install jenv brew install jenv 2. Add jenv to the bash profile if which jenv > /dev/null; then eval “$(jenv init -)”; fi 3. Add jenv to your path export PATH=”$HOME/.jenv/shims:$PATH” 4. Tap “caskroom/versions” brew tap caskroom/versions 5. Install the latest version of java brew cask […]
From: I Shine – Chia sẻ kỹ năng IELTS Note for me, for you. This post will help you write better introductions in your Task 2 IELTS essays Introduction: Background Detail Background Thesis statement Outline the statement Detail each item in an introduction: Background – Lead the reader to the subject Fact: It is apparent […]
Here’s a brief step-by-step that worked for me: Install rbenv: brew install rbenv Add rbenv to your environment by the following to ~/.bash_profile: export PATH=”/Users/username/.gem/ruby/2.3.0/bin:$PATH” eval “$(rbenv init -)” Restart terminal Install a local ruby version: rbenv install 2.3.1 (this takes a while to complete) Activate the local ruby version: rbenv local 2.3.1 Then you can gem install bundler without sudo.
Subject – Observable and Observer at once. Basically it can observe and be observed. BehaviorSubject – When you subscribe to it, you will get the latest value emitted by the Subject, and then the values emitted after the subscription. PublishSubject – When you subscribe to it, you will only get the values that were emitted after the subscription. ReplaySubject – When you subscribe to it, you will get […]