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Exclusive: Facebook's "research" app, which paid users to snoop on their device data but violated Apple rules, collected personal and sensitive device data on 187,000 users.https://t.co/QwVajUjN5e

— Zack Whittaker (@zackwhittaker) June 12, 2019
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june 2019 by mjtsai
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As someone who recently tried to implement support for the iOS file opening APIs they are a mess.

And a single apps bad file type declaration can deadlock the entire file type system that determines what you can open.

I gave up and just ask for any file then have in app filters https://t.co/Lv8611zuxt

— Kyle Howells (@Freerunnering) June 12, 2019
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june 2019 by mjtsai
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I have a "bad habit" of adding new features immediately rather than "saving" them for major new versions, so existing customers have been getting extra crazy good value.

I'm proud of that, but it may need to change a bit.

— Seth Willits (@sethwillits) June 12, 2019
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june 2019 by mjtsai
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Any developers with experience of switching from a "free updates forever [until the next major version]" model to a "free updates for the next XX months" model?

I've done hundreds of minor/medium updates and no major new versions in about 9 years.

— Seth Willits (@sethwillits) June 12, 2019
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june 2019 by mjtsai
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In macOS Catalina:

1. A NSToolbarItem with a `title` only (no image/action) draws as a label. Pairs great with `centeredItemIdentifier` to layout neatly with other items.

2. NSToolbarItemGroup has conveniences for creating the bordered segmented control style on the right. pic.twitter.com/VJVfzuMzLm

— Jeff Nadeau (@jnadeau) June 12, 2019
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The "no garbage collection" LS status code is -10666 but I don't think anybody noticed.

— Jonathan Grynspan (@grynspan) June 12, 2019
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june 2019 by mjtsai
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Google is ending integration between Google Photos and Drive because apparently it’s too confusing https://t.co/AWgkFPOWuP via @Verge // Apple knew this and did not do the techie, self-host, unification step to make them one thing. That is difficult to do!

— Steven Sinofsky (@stevesi) June 12, 2019
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Combine has very different thread safety guarantees than I’m used to coming from ReactiveSwift, which goes to heroic effort to ensure that events are always delivered serially, and never recursively.

I’d love to at least see some documentation about the topic. (FB6150404)

— Adam Sharp (@sharplet) June 12, 2019
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june 2019 by mjtsai
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Does the word “Catalyst” show up anywhere on Apple’s dev pages? It’s not in any WWDC video descriptions, and search returns nothing elsewhere. Was it a mistake that it showed up in the keynote?

— Gus Mueller (@ccgus) June 12, 2019
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june 2019 by mjtsai
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EVERY YEAR. Especially when new iPhones. Health data is so “private” that sync doesnt work as you’d expect and they can never recover. I use a third party app to daily dropbox backup.

— Ryan Jones (@rjonesy) June 12, 2019
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june 2019 by mjtsai
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Twitterrific 5 had 86 free updates over 6 years. Eighty. Six.

— Sean Heber (@BigZaphod) June 12, 2019
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june 2019 by mjtsai
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I’m crazy and made a Numbers spreadsheet associating all the sessions with video files. These are the sessions that don’t have a 1:1 video for them.

There’s 104 Sessions and 154 video files. pic.twitter.com/sRn48uIHSx

— Thomas Alvarez (@thomasalvarez) June 12, 2019
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june 2019 by mjtsai
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One thing I'll say about the DSL approach (to basically anything) is that you can interpret them using alternate renderers for the purposes of much easier unit testing, at least for the "test expectations" flavor of unit testing. https://t.co/4wJO0dVJvj

— Jeff Nadeau (@jnadeau) June 12, 2019
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june 2019 by mjtsai
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Interestingly, the app I use to track my weight had its access to read and write data from/to Health turned off a few days ago (unbeknownst to me) and thus Health lost several years worth of weight tracking because of that.

— Marina Epelman (@marinaepelman) June 12, 2019
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june 2019 by mjtsai
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Property wrappers now use custom-attribute syntax, are far more general, support composition, and have been accumulating a ton of interesting use cases. There is absolutely no way I could have improved this feature so much, so quickly without the folks on Evolution.

— Doug Gregor (@dgregor79) June 12, 2019
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Optimistic take: Enterprise it up, Dropbox, as long as I can keep using your tools to work with my collaborators in a way that's convenient for us.

Pessimistic take: Customers like me are no longer your focus and all these new features will degrade my experience over time. https://t.co/BDmvSEHxre

— Jason Snell (@jsnell) June 12, 2019
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june 2019 by mjtsai
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Apple: We've got iCloud folder sharing coming!

Me: Eh, Dropbox works really well for me and you're still missing some stuff.

Dropbox: Enterprise collaboration! Google Docs and Slack inside a Dropbox!

Me: Uh, you were saying, Apple?

— Jason Snell (@jsnell) June 12, 2019
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june 2019 by mjtsai
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Evolution discussion improves designs, even when we know that some form of the feature is going into Swift. Property wrappers (formerly property delegates) is illustrative. This feature has improved *massively* and changed a lot based on the discussions on Swift Evolution.

— Doug Gregor (@dgregor79) June 12, 2019
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If you think I'm too critical, consider that my software is STILL literally surrounded by SCAMS in the crap store.

How am I supposed to feel about the Apple "ecosystem"? pic.twitter.com/BaqaD7EaT3

— Jeff Johnson (@lapcatsoftware) June 12, 2019
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june 2019 by mjtsai
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AppStore review is complaining that I have a button in TaskPaper preferences that reveals the users `.applicationScriptsDirectory` so they can install scripts that TaskPaper can then run from it's command pallet.

— Jesse Grosjean (@jessegrosjean) June 12, 2019
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