Monthly Archives: December 2019

Our move from Confluence to mkdocs


For many years the FusionReactor product documentation has been ran on a confluence server. We maintained our own server for many years and currently use the cloud version, but its never really been ticking all the boxes for our product documentation. For each major release of FusionReactor we have a separate confluence space on the […]

Signing, Notarizing and Stapling on macOS


The Gatekeeper system has protected macOS users against malicious software since its introduction in OS X 10.7.3 (Lion). This system assures users that software comes from a trusted source and doesn’t contain malicious content. But how does it work? Introduction The Mac software ecosystem has historically been fairly untroubled by malicious viruses and software. This […]

Ephemeral Dockers as Tool Containers


Developing tools to automate what you do often is common sense. But what if you want to share your tools with other developers? As soon as you have something that relies on more than a simple script, you’re going to be faced with dependencies and distribution headaches. Docker can solve that. “Anything you do more […]