Last October 27, me and my friends had an out-of-town trip to Tagaytay (one of Philippine’s most popular tourist destination) with just the five of us (me, #czai, #allan, #earl and #vicky). It took us a few hours of bus ride from Metro Manila to our destination but its worthy being in there.

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Has the summer already ended? Nope! We can still extend the fun with the gang and meet new friends along the way. It’s been a while since I tagged along with my friends. So this time, we went to Alibijaban Island, Quezon Province. It took 6 to 8 hours of land travel (depending on the traffic) from Metro Manila to San Andres Port, Quezon and 15 to 30 minutes sea travel. But the long ride is worth the wait. You will be surprised how beautiful the island is.

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Recently, some of my friends ask me on how did I enable self-signed certificate in my Mac OSX for localhost development. In this post, I will teach you how to trust self-signed certificate for Apache2 in your Mac to enable the green lock icon in your browser.

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It’s been a while since I posted here in my personal blog but this time, it’s a different one. This post is all about our trip in San Antonio, Zambales, Philippines - mainly in Anawangin Cove and sister islands Capones and Camara. Last 23rd to 24th of February, our troop went for a trip to witness a paradise and endulge ourselves that our country offers. Well, this is a proof and reminder not only for me but for everyone to have a break and take a deep breath from stressful workdays.

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I want to share a trick where you can deploy GitHub source code to Firebase application using Travis CI, although GitHub pages can also be used to host static web page with limited functionality using Jekyll but with limited plugins supported. As an example, we will be using Wintersmith static page generation tool for our Firebase app since currently Firebase cannot be connected to GitHub application yet. We will also be using Travis CI to generate static page and automatically deploy it to Firebase.

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