A progress view – represented by a pie chart – to demonstrate how to make a Core Animation backed view/layer with support for both iOS and macOS. Includes IBDesignable and IBInspectable support to make XIB and Storyboard based design easier.
A micro-post about a micro-framework. Schedule (possibly repeating) events for some time in the future, along with restoration support. An NSNotification-based scheduling service in Swift.
Having had a fair amount of experience across both iOS and macOS, I wanted to write a followup piece to the latest Stacktrace podcast, to cover some of the deeper issues that I feel prevent a lot of developers taking the plunge.
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When building our apps, its fairly well known that passage models into our views leads to bad things. I’d like to suggest a scalable and testable solution I'm calling View Descriptors.