Updating NSURLSession Calls to Swift 3.0 - Grok Swift
Now that Xcode 8 is really here, it’s about time we thought about updating some of our code to Swift 3.0. If you’ve started migrating to Swift 3.0 you know it…
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october 2016
Xcode 8 extensions - The.Swift.Dev.
We have about one month left until the GM release of Xcode 8 so here is the biggest collection of the currently available native extensions. Alignment This…
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september 2016
The overhead of spawning threads (a performance experiment)
In this post, I take a casual look at the relative performance overheads handling tasks in different ways: performing all tasks in the main thread, sending…
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august 2016
Complex table view state changes made easy — Kitchen Stories Engineering
Complex table view state changes made easy During one of our estimation meetings, we were confronted with what we thought would be a cumbersome and costly…
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august 2016
Open Container Ecosystem (Formerly, Docker Ecosy...
Open Container Ecosystem(Formerly, Docker Ecosystem) by 5.0 stars - 116 reviewsrange from 0 to 5 Open Container Ecosystem(Formerly, Docker Ecosystem) Public…
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august 2016
Exponential time complexity in the Swift type checker
This article will look issues surrounding a Swift compiler error that repeatedly forces me to rewrite my code: error: expression was too complex to be solved in…
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august 2016
open-swift/docs
Swift X Cross project standards for Swift. Mission It is Open Swift's mission to create concise, clear, and well-documented standards to which all Swift…
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july 2016
Droogans/unmaintainable-code
How To Write Unmaintainable Code Ensure a job for life ;-) Roedy Green Canadian Mind Products Introduction Never ascribe to malice, that which can be explained…
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july 2016
Russ Bishop - Swift: Manual retain/release
While creating ThreadLocalSlot<T>, I needed to call the posix posix_getspecific and posix_setspecific methods. Not only that, I needed to store an Objective-C…
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july 2016
A Quick Swift Script Yak Shave • A Chemist Coding iOs
July 12, 2016 [ Updated Version with downloadable OS X service ] In the process of writing a longer post yesterday, I wanted to add a markdown table, and was…
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july 2016
Writing your own Swift "if let"
Note: this is the first of a short series of short posts on Swift Optional , or RSSfeed to avoid missing out on the nextones. Optional values are definitely one…
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july 2016
I Was Wrong About TypeScript, Here is Why
When something new is announced, people have a tendency to choose sides. When TypeScript was announced, I wrongfully picked a few key concepts that didn't…
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june 2016
Working with very large numbers in Swift - BigInt
Numbers are fundamental to every programming language in existence. Depending on the systems architecture that you're programming for, there are restrictions…
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june 2016
Versioning, Licensing, and Sketch 4.0 — Sketch Stories
Versioning, Licensing, and Sketch 4.0 It’s been just over two years since we released Sketch 3.0, and much has happened in that time. We’ve shipped a total of…
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june 2016
The Alfred Emoji Pack
Download the Alfred Emoji Pack I’m a millennial. This will hopefully lend some context to what I’m about to show you, because you tacitly understand that I’m…
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june 2016
Mutexes and closure capture in Swift
I want to briefly talk about the absence of threading and thread synchronization language features in Swift. I’ll discuss the “concurrency” proposal for Swift’s…
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june 2016
Random number generators in Swift
What’s the best general purpose random number generating algorithm available? In this article I’ll present a RandomGenerator protocol and use it to implement 8…
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may 2016
Git Workflows and Tutorials
The array of possible workflows can make it hard to know where to begin when implementing Git in the workplace. This page provides a starting point by surveying…
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may 2016
API Design - Matt Gemmell
One of the development tasks I do most often is designing the API for a reusable component. The components are usually for iOS (though sometimes they’re for OS…
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may 2016
Presenting unanticipated errors to users
The best approach for presenting error conditions to the user is to integrate feedback into the user interface about the condition that the error indicates.…
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may 2016
Being A Developer After 40 — Free Code Camp
Being A Developer After 40 (This is the talk I have given at App Builders Switzerland on April 25th, 2016. The slides are available on SpeakerDeck and at the…
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april 2016
Formidable | Forms ‹ Fitted for Work — WordPress
Build Settings Entries Views Reports Contact Us Newsletter On Submit Use Content from Page Show the form with the confirmation message Do not store entries…
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april 2016
Fastlane + Crashlytics Beta + Slack = Awesome!! — Hacking iOS
Fastlane + Crashlytics Beta + Slack = Awesome!! Mundane and repetitive iOS tasks are a hassle for any iOS developer and Fastlane knocks that problem right out…
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april 2016
Drag & Drop IBOutlets and IBActions with the Xcode Assistant Editor [Video] - Grok Swift
Did you know you can add IBOutlets & IBActions in Xcode without ever typing IBOutlet or IBAction? Here’s how to drag & drop connections from your storyboards to…
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april 2016
Strongly-Typed GET and POST Calls with NSURLSession - Grok Swift
Previously we used NSURLSession data tasks to make some REST requests to a web service. Today let’s clean that up by building a higher layer of abstraction by…
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april 2016
Swift init patterns - The.Swift.Dev
In this post i'll teach you how to initialise your classes in Swift focusing on the core patterns. WARNING minimum dependency: Swift 1.2 1. Init basics First of…
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april 2016
A little thing about release notes — Several People Are Typing — The Official Slack Blog
As long as there’s been software to update, people have been writing notes to tell you what’s gone into those updates. For the most part the readership was…
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april 2016
Using a Router to Organize your Alamofire API Calls - Grok Swift
Previously we set up some REST API Calls With Alamofire & SwiftyJSON . While it’s a bit of overkill for those simple calls we can improve our code by using an…
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april 2016
Introducing React Storybook — KADIRA VOICE — Medium
Arunoda Susiripala 3 days ago 4 min read Introducing React Storybook With React Storybook, you can develop and design UI components outside your app in an…
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april 2016
Breaking Swift with reference counted structs
In Swift, a class type is allocated on the heap, uses reference counting to track its lifetime and can perform cleanup behaviors when it is deleted. By…
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april 2016
Design Code: Design iOS 9 apps with Sketch and Swift 2
Designing for iOS 9 iOS 9 Design Guidelines for iPhone and iPad iOS has matured a lot over the years. In its 9th upgrade, Apple introduced a new system font…
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march 2016
Multiple copy buffers, cursor and tab key tricks in Xcode
Key bindings, the cursor and Emacs Standard text editing on the Mac obeys many more keyboard commands than most casual users realize. This is because the key…
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march 2016
Errors: unexpected, composite, non-pure, external.
The opening sentence of “The Swift Programming Language” chapter on “Error Handling” briefly refers to “error conditions” but beyond that, there’s no definition…
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march 2016
Outlets: Strong! Or Weak? - Scott Berrevoets
There are a lot of styles out there when it comes to using Interface Builder outlets in Swift. Even Apple's documentation and sample code isn't always…
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march 2016
The Hidden Price of Mindfulness Inc.
Robert Frank Hunter THE other morning, I woke up and brewed a cup of Mindful Lotus tea ($6 for 20 bags). On the subway, I loaded the Headspace app on my iPhone…
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march 2016
Posts Tagged “jekyll” - BrettTerpstra.com
A Jekyll CDN with CloudFront 02/21/14 2013: My year in review 01/01/14 jTag: Auto-tagging for Jekyll 08/27/13 Fun with intelligent 404 pages 04/07/13 A…
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march 2016
White Label Your Web Design - Laravel News
White Label Your Web Design LightCMS is the only true white-label Content Management System on the market. If you’ve ever considered branding your web design…
march 2016
GitHub - seviu/iOS-SSL-localhost
Need to connect to a server running on your laptop from iOS Simulator? This one pops in a while, and despite being quite easy to do. This howto will generate…
march 2016
littlebitesofcocoa.com
Today we'll look at an interesting library from Evan Dekhayser called KBKit. It extends UIKit to add support for navigating around using a physical keyboard.…
march 2016
littlebitesofcocoa.com
Swift Enums are super handy. With associated values, they can be used in some quite interesting ways. Today we'll check out a couple. These aren't working…
march 2016
littlebitesofcocoa.com
Those who have been an iOS, OS X, tvOS, or watchOS developer for any significant amount of time know that Xcode is an incredible tool for creating awesome apps.…
march 2016
littlebitesofcocoa.com
When Swift debuted, we said goodbye to using #pragma pre-processor definitions to organize our code. Don't worry, Xcode still has our backs. We can use a few…
fixme  xcode  dev  programming  development  swift  todo  warning 
march 2016
Challenges Building a Swift Framework, with Marius Rackwitz - Realm is a mobile database: a replacement for SQLite & Core Data
Get new videos & tutorials — we won’t email you for any other reason, ever. About the Speaker: Marius Rackwitz Marius is an iOS Developer based in Berlin. As a…
march 2016
Custom convenience operators with RxSwift, Part 2 // rx_marin<blog>
Custom convenience operators with RxSwift, Part 2 7/Mar 2016 By code Intro I got some great feedback on last week’s post on convenience operators part 1 so I’m…
rxswift 
march 2016
uxplanet.org
Mobile App User Engagement: Breaking the WallDeveloping a mobile application is a tough job. You spend months making sure your product is perfect and then work…
march 2016
Mobile App User Engagement: Breaking the Wall — UX Planet
Mobile App User Engagement: Breaking the WallDeveloping a mobile application is a tough job. You spend months making sure your product is perfect and then work…
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march 2016
GitHub - jflinter/Dwifft: Swift Diff
Dwifft! OK. Dwifft is a Swift library that does two things. The first thing sounds interesting but perhaps only abstractly useful, and the other thing is a very…
cocoapod  diff  github  swift  library  uitableview 
march 2016
GitHub - eonist/swift-utils: Generic swift utilities
swift-utils Generic swift utilities Index: SVGLib (Read and write svg syntax) GraphicsKit (Makes working with Quartz and core data easier) XMLLib (Makes parsing…
march 2016
Open sourcing the Storehouse animation engine — Medium
In building Storehouse, we wanted to make your photos and videos feel eminently touchable, with creation and consumption experiences designed from the ground up…
archive  development 
march 2016
Value Types in Swift · Caesar Wirth
Value Types in Swift 09 Feb 2016 Swift has reference types and value types. Even within the value types, there are different options to use! It can be kind of…
march 2016
Swift Sets - AndyBargh.com
In Swift there are three primary collection types – arrays, dictionaries and sets. We’ve already covered arrays and dictionaries in previous posts and in this…
guide  tutorials  swift 
march 2016
Fundamentals of Callbacks for Swift Developers - Andrew Bancroft
Callbacks: What are they? How do they work? What are they used for in practice? My goal in this article is to provide answers to these questions so that you…
march 2016
Queue in swift | Zeeshan
Here, we’ll be creating a simple data structure Queue, to demonstrate some of the functionalities of swift language, which includes: Value-type generics, Secure…
march 2016
Ben Snider – Using swiftenv To Install and Manage Swift Versions
With the proliferation of Swift snapshot builds, and Apple's relatively high release cadence, managing Swift versions has come to be a bit of a pain. This is…
swiftlang 
march 2016
Use `rem` for Global Sizing; Use `em` for Local Sizing | CSS-Tricks
Richard Rutter’s guide for setting the font-size of an element is interesting: he argues that we should use both em and rem units depending on the relationship…
rem  css  feedly  saved  em  for  later  read  recently 
march 2016
What is a Headless CMS? | CSS-Tricks
Have you heard this term going around? It's quite in vogue. It's very related to The Big Conversation™ on the web the last many years. How are we going to…
to-read  cms  webdev  feedly 
march 2016
How to Work With WordPress User Metadata - Envato Tuts+ Code Tutorial
In the previous article, we discussed working with post metadata in WordPress using the provided APIs. We also covered a variety of tools, the ideas of…
optimization  security  tutorial  wordpress 
march 2016
Twitter
Thank you, Magic, for being the best dog a family could ask for.
Rest in peace my friend.

2002-2016
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march 2016
Boxkite on the App Store
Version 1.0.1 is now available on the app store. Fixes an issue with pipelines not being fetched.
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march 2016
Twitter
Now *this* is good API design. Nicely done, .
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march 2016
GitHub - mobxjs/mobx-react-devtools: Tools to perform runtime analyses of React applications powered by MobX and React
mobx-react-devtools Installation npm install mobx-react-devtools --save-dev Usage Somewhere in your application, create a DevTools component: import DevTools…
devtools  react  fromgithub  fromifttt 
march 2016
Add Reactions to Pull Requests, Issues, and Comments · GitHub
March 10, 2016 New Features Every day, thousands of people are having conversations on GitHub around code, design, bugs, and new ideas. Sometimes there are…
headline  hackernews  github 
march 2016
Installing Monit for Server Monitoring
Installing Monit for Server Monitoring Contributed by Bill Bardon Updated Thursday October 15th, 2015 by Linode This is a Linode Community guide. Write for us…
pebble  linode 
march 2016
How It's Made: Laravel Router - Envato Tuts+ Course
Laravel is known for its powerful and developer-friendly router. The router allows you to configure all the URL endpoints of your app with a concise syntax and…
march 2016
Twitter
Working on some Charter designs
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march 2016
Twitter
BBQ. Because going back to cooking with fire makes sense, right? Anyway, stories for the grandkids at least.
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march 2016
Twitter
me: "your technician came to 'make my wifi better,' and now I have no internet at all."
Comcast:
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march 2016
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