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There’s been a lot of misunderstanding around my tweet yesterday.
I like SwiftUI. I do think declarative UIs are the future.
But I fear Apple is bungling it and will lose developers’ market share by delivering this framework in that state.

— Renaud.lienhart(_:) (@layoutSubviews) August 5, 2019
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19 days ago by mjtsai
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AppKit special code paths for Catalyst b5:

- NSTextView setTextContainer
- NSVisualEffects, Theme
- NSView _renderLayerInContext (flipping)
- NSApplication _shouldTerminate
- Printing
- NSColor loads UIColor: NSColorUIKitifySubclass🙃
- AVPlayer
- NSApplicationTestingController

— Peter Steinberger (@steipete) August 5, 2019
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Apple Is Giving Out Hacker-Friendly iPhones, Plots Mac Bug Bounty — Sources https://t.co/I2rcguISJX

I'm told this is what Apple is planning to announce in Vegas later this week...

— Thomas Brewster (@iblametom) August 5, 2019
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19 days ago by mjtsai
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Thanks! Interesting results. I would have expected Excel to do better, as it has worked well on large CSV files for me (but I’ve not tried 1+ GB).

— Michael Tsai (@mjtsai) August 5, 2019
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Vim takes 8s to open a 1.5GB CSV file. https://t.co/6tBcBuZ3bo pic.twitter.com/QOp7ybVjb8

— Greg Hurrell (@wincent) August 5, 2019
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In his attached project, he tracks the heights of the cells and uses those to manually set the CV height.

Is that standard practice...? That seems absurd.

The CV is **horizontally-scrolling**, by the way.

— Tanner B (@NSExceptional) August 5, 2019
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(2/2) From  support:

> For iOS 12 and below, you must resize your collection view manually, because the collection view needs at least one absolute dimension defined so its layout can calculate its content size.

— Tanner B (@NSExceptional) August 5, 2019
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(1/2) UIKit twitter: I just got this in an email from someone at Apple giving me Code Level Support, on me trying to get a collection view to have a flexible, self-sizing height. Is this true? If you want a free-form collection view, you need to manually set the height?

— Tanner B (@NSExceptional) August 5, 2019
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Opening Huge CSV Files: https://t.co/MSPxE8OaeJ #mjtsaiblog

— Michael Tsai (@mjtsai) August 5, 2019
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Phantom Types in Swift: https://t.co/6YPj58fVfN #mjtsaiblog

— Michael Tsai (@mjtsai) August 5, 2019
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Performance of Combine: https://t.co/l8h7Z1mKp1 #mjtsaiblog

— Michael Tsai (@mjtsai) August 5, 2019
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Cloudflare and Voxility Ban 8Chan: https://t.co/hYDqxT7yh3 #mjtsaiblog

— Michael Tsai (@mjtsai) August 5, 2019
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Apple No Longer Is the iPhone Company: https://t.co/Vc6je9nj45 #mjtsaiblog

— Michael Tsai (@mjtsai) August 5, 2019
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Posts updated today:

Capital One Breachhttps://t.co/n7QjUETc4h

Catalysthttps://t.co/ScIV93Nqgk

Siri Recordingshttps://t.co/d6RIEeON5R

Notarization and Java Appshttps://t.co/eVcHFL2fDZ

The Alert Hammerhttps://t.co/c4GiDKYIde#mjtsaiblog

— Michael Tsai (@mjtsai) August 5, 2019
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I recently used the debugger that came with GEOS for the Commodore 64, and found myself thinking “wow, this is genuinely a delight to use,” and had a moment of horror, realising that a 30 year old debugger for an incredibly crude system had better UX than GDB.

— Richard (@halkyardo) August 5, 2019
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I had the same experience. Started excited to try it out, and was just dreading it by the end of my short project. A lot is admittedly Xcode and tooling deficiencies. Hoping fixing that will help a lot.

— Drew McCormack (@drewmccormack) August 5, 2019
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Combine seems really fast compared to RxSwift! https://t.co/VsIwGxxwCk

— Peter Steinberger (@steipete) August 5, 2019
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19 days ago by mjtsai
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Let’s see what we have here.

- hacks to make Apple’s Logic and MainStage apps work
- Layout Anchor changes
- UsePedanticKVCNilKeyBehavior + KVO in general
- NSConstraintBasedLayoutAllowBGThreads

Not too bad really.

— Peter Steinberger (@steipete) August 5, 2019
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19 days ago by mjtsai
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How is unencrypted in Keychain more secure than unencrypted in UserDefaults? At least putting it in UD, you *know* it's plaintext. But putting it in Keychain with Always I fear developers may believe it's somehow "safer."

Putting it in Keychain says "look! here! sensitive!"

— Rob Napier (@cocoaphony) August 5, 2019
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If you set the protection to Always (which basically means “unencrypted”), what benefit is there to Keychain over any ad hoc system?

I agree that Keychain is an unholy mess, but this deprecation isn’t evidence. FirstUnlock is the correct level for the situations you describe.

— Rob Napier (@cocoaphony) August 5, 2019
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