Microsoft’s Bridge shows its usefulness. Demo looks impressive.
Maybe looks prematurely and irritates many users and devs but made in good cause:
Fixes a wifi flaw allowing malicious people to send a code to your phone and execute it, you don’t want to be running 10.3. ~ Ries’ comment at 01:38 pm
AutoMate received new version and small usability patch. What’s new? Enabled Bitcode problem solved launch options safety improvement and a bunch of handy methods for navigating through scroll views with lazily loaded content.
Sounds like I should be ashamed of myself. Useful (swifty!) stuff, especially if you miss
'self' = self, which is just compiler bug.
Okay, I would use a bunch of protocols. 😁 This solution is a good showcase of Swift’s reflection.
Must know Swift attributes. Most of us know about their existence but do we use them to serve our codebase?
It serves improvement of SRP in our codebases. Easy to use, extensible and adjustable for most of our needs. Hopefully, it gets popular to stay maintained, so we can focus on killer features for our apps.
And it has introduction post! Honey! Oh, boy, honey! That’s what Tiggers like best.
Eric bought me, he knows what he’s talking about. Because console apps and ones that require multiple steps to run don’t work for us. That’s not what suits mobile app development.
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