In case you’re looking for a SQL client that is cross-platform, lightweight, and free SQL client, check out:
I use it on a Mac. It’s easy to use and feels “new.”
I needed a one-liner JSON payload, but only had the pretty-printed version. And, removing the whitespaces manually was NOT an option. It was super easy on a Mac; just do the following:
brew install jq
cat prettyprinted.json | jq -c .
Since moving to OS X in 2011/2012 for work to do all my development, I’ve moved Homebrew to a must-have. Adding it here for archiving purposes.
From a terminal:
1. /usr/bin/ruby -e "$(curl -fsSL https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Homebrew/install/master/install)" 2. brew tap caskroom/cask
The 2nd point is to install Homebrew Cask as well, which extends Homebrew’s functionality.
Now get brewing!