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Michael Tsai on Twitter: "@danielpunkass Yes, that seems essential."
@danielpunkass Yes, that seems essential.

— Michael Tsai (@mjtsai) May 9, 2015
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may 2015 by mjtsai
Daniel Jalkut on Twitter: "@mjtsai … which he been handy for allowing me to keep using existing version with same data as forthcoming sandboxes versions."
@mjtsai … which he been handy for allowing me to keep using existing version with same data as forthcoming sandboxes versions.

— Daniel Jalkut (@danielpunkass) May 9, 2015
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Daniel Jalkut on Twitter: "@mjtsai But for example one possibly over-engineered behavior is my existing, non-sandboxed apps will “adopt” existing sandbox data folder…"
@mjtsai But for example one possibly over-engineered behavior is my existing, non-sandboxed apps will “adopt” existing sandbox data folder…

— Daniel Jalkut (@danielpunkass) May 9, 2015
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Daniel Jalkut on Twitter: "@mmunz @mjtsai Yeah my plan for the moment is to just have all my apps share a single group container."
@mmunz @mjtsai Yeah my plan for the moment is to just have all my apps share a single group container.

— Daniel Jalkut (@danielpunkass) May 9, 2015
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Mark Munz on Twitter: "@mjtsai @danielpunkass IMHO, support for app group folders was an important (long overdue) improvement. Finally gave some better options."
@mjtsai @danielpunkass IMHO, support for app group folders was an important (long overdue) improvement. Finally gave some better options.

— Mark Munz (@mmunz) May 9, 2015
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may 2015 by mjtsai
Michael Tsai on Twitter: "@danielpunkass Yes, I think even now the best practices for the sandbox data folder and transitions/updates are not well understood."
@danielpunkass Yes, I think even now the best practices for the sandbox data folder and transitions/updates are not well understood.

— Michael Tsai (@mjtsai) May 9, 2015
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may 2015 by mjtsai
Michael Tsai on Twitter: "@danielpunkass That's interesting because from the outside it doesn't seem like a blog editor would be difficult to sandbox."
@danielpunkass That's interesting because from the outside it doesn't seem like a blog editor would be difficult to sandbox.

— Michael Tsai (@mjtsai) May 9, 2015
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may 2015 by mjtsai
Daniel Jalkut on Twitter: "Summary of my experience with Apple’s Mac App Store. http://t.co/xVrKem7QAj"
Summary of my experience with Apple’s Mac App Store. pic.twitter.com/xVrKem7QAj

— Daniel Jalkut (@danielpunkass) May 9, 2015
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Daniel Jalkut on Twitter: "To be clear, I don’t mean to blame Apple for "The Sandbox Years." It just happens that accommodating sandboxing has upset my own momentum."
To be clear, I don’t mean to blame Apple for "The Sandbox Years." It just happens that accommodating sandboxing has upset my own momentum.

— Daniel Jalkut (@danielpunkass) May 9, 2015
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Daniel Jalkut on Twitter: "Flickr uses an open-source library for accessing its own API, and it’s called "FlickrKit" just like @fraserspeirs’s: https://t.co/ITRsPMt4zK"
Flickr uses an open-source library for accessing its own API, and it’s called "FlickrKit" just like @fraserspeirs’s: https://t.co/ITRsPMt4zK

— Daniel Jalkut (@danielpunkass) May 9, 2015
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Spencer MacDonald on Twitter: "Idea: iOS has APIs to set the category of Notifications, how about letting users enable and disable notifications based on these categories?"
Idea: iOS has APIs to set the category of Notifications, how about letting users enable and disable notifications based on these categories?

— Spencer MacDonald (@ObjColumnist) May 9, 2015
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may 2015 by mjtsai
Rosyna Keller on Twitter: "Twitter recompressing images has two sides: 1. It makes image quality suck 2. It prevents users from uploading maliciously crafted images."
Twitter recompressing images has two sides: 1. It makes image quality suck 2. It prevents users from uploading maliciously crafted images.

— Rosyna Keller (@rosyna) May 9, 2015
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may 2015 by mjtsai
John Gruber on Twitter: "I wasn’t aware you could still use Siri and send/receive iMessages with Apple Watch while iPhone is powered down: https://t.co/g3eV3AnSEx"
I wasn’t aware you could still use Siri and send/receive iMessages with Apple Watch while iPhone is powered down: https://t.co/g3eV3AnSEx

— John Gruber (@gruber) May 9, 2015
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may 2015 by mjtsai
Hoà V. DINH on Twitter: "@donmelton @drfindley I wish I could retire and write emails apps all day long."
@donmelton @drfindley I wish I could retire and write emails apps all day long.

— Hoà V. DINH (@dinhvh) May 9, 2015
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may 2015 by mjtsai
Peter N Lewis on Twitter: "@siegel @mcclure111 @theratsass sadly, I've fallen so far that I really love Objective-C++11. I'm very careful with which features I use tho"
@siegel @mcclure111 @theratsass sadly, I've fallen so far that I really love Objective-C++11. I'm very careful with which features I use tho

— Peter N Lewis (@peternlewis) May 9, 2015
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may 2015 by mjtsai

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