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Sep 3 2020
WithAnimation, Naming Unit Tests and Extend Implicit Member Syntax
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Turning the ChibiStudio canvas into an App Clip for iOS 14
Gui Rambo writes about his coding and reverse engineering adventures.
withAnimation completion callback with animatable modifiers
withAnimation by default does not come with a completion callback. Using a simple code extension you can implement this yourself.
Naming iOS Unit Test Methods
When writing code we come up with method or function names all the time. And it is pretty much up to us developers how to name our methods.
Rust macros allow cursed chimeric languages to exist.
Why I Actively Discourage Online Tooling like jwt.io and Online JSON Validators
Why you should be opting for local tooling when working with sensitive data, even Non-Production ones.
Apple's iOS 13.7 will enable app-free COVID-19 exposure notifications
If you've been waiting for your state or country to release a coronavirus exposure tracing app, good news: iOS 13.7 will allow notifications without apps.
App Review process updates
The App Store is dedicated to providing a great experience for everyone.
Extend implicit member syntax
SE-0287: "Extend implicit member syntax to cover chains of member references" being accepted. This is great!
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SwiftUI, Sendable & iOS 15
Testing Retain Cycles & Preparing for Presentations
How to Make Your Code Reviewer Fall in Love with You
Solving Crashes & Testing
AsyncSequence & Race condition vs. Data Race
Combine, SwiftUI and Sleeping
Dynamic Type Sizes, Subjects & A Single Link
Custom Environment Values, AWS for Swift & Minimun iOS Version to Support
Button Configuration, Render Test & Custom Dump
Leap Seconds & Multiple Alerts