The application converts jpg and png images via the Finder of macOS into the formats webp or avif. The conversion is accessed by right-clicking on one or more marked image files. Quick actions can then be used to create the marked files in webp format, for example.
The large update effort of Xcode has always annoyed me. I only need the command line tools from the extensive Xcode package. With my new MacBook Pro (M2 Pro) I will do some things differently. Homebrew without Xcode is one of them. In this post I describe the installation.
The PHP function mail() requires a working Postfix or similar mail server configuration on a local web server. This guide helps to configure Postfix on macOS. For the popular PHPMailer, the Postfix configuration and the change in the MAMP php.ini are not required. It just depends on the purpose of the mail application.