From new hardware to sudden release drops, it all happened this week
I bit the bullet this week and starting moving personal projects to Xcode 12.
As we get late into the beta releases, Xcode is feeling pretty solid to me.
Another round of beta releases and spending more time with them.
Take the pain out of keeping those build and version numbers upto date with one simple tool.
There was a lot this year from WWDC, but these are the videos that I feel are a must watch for Swift developers.
Yep time to install the beta but safely.
What a day, so much
In this live stream recording I started working with Swift scripting on the Mac terminal.
This weekend I decided to explore some options to remove the burden of mundane coding.
Using Down markdown library to preview my post in my macOS app.
A recorded live stream, working on my GatsbyJS blogging application for macOS.
Changing font size of an NSTextView can catch you out.
Dictionaries are great, and then you refactor and need more than a key value pair, here's my solution.
Patreon video 5 starts the build of adding a new note form view with SwiftUI.
Thanks @BalestraPatrick for putting the truth out there.
My first experience working with macOS menus, how to change the state of a menu item using Swift.
I am curious, please take this quick one question poll on making that next app.
Why is resetting the Apple device list so annoying still?
Video 4 for Patreon members continues the masterview SwiftUI work from video 3, we identify and fix problems with the layout.
I learned a lot when it comes to macOS app navigation this week.
This week I managed to spend a little time on my macOS app, MetaMaker.
Recorded live stream of my work on a macOS app I built to help me write blog posts faster. This session is refactoring the template keys to a JSON file.
Video 4 for Patreon members is well into production.
Video 3 for Patreon members uploaded. We start building the master list using SwiftUI.
Does SwiftUI have a multiline text field or attribute to create one?
Now that all the Apple OS releases have settled down, I have upgraded to Catalina and Xcode 11.2. So that means I am ready to start working with SwiftUI.
As you prepare for macOS Catalina, you might want to check what apps could cause problems on your system, here's a quick way to check.
iOS and iPadOS 13 are big steps forward, and that means work for all of us on existing applications.