Business@UserLookco outline three methods you can employ instead that won’t break the bank.
SwiftSwift Docker project. This week though, there has been a move to bring official Docker support into the Swift.org project. Good news, especially for Swift on the server and the wider Swift community.
@khanlou provides some more tips on how to identify these commonly used groups of data.
Code@yonomitt you’ll learn how to use track a users face, overlay an emoji and then manipulate that emoji based on the users facial expressions. Selfie anyone?
Tools@Gabriel__Lewis on how to improve your workflow within Xcode.
Libraries@mbrandonw and @stephencelis attempts to address this by defining a
Validatedtype – a Result-like type that can accumulate multiple errors.
@johnsundell finds the time to put out all this great stuff but if you’re writing any sort of blog or social media posts involving Swift, his new flexible and lightweight syntax highlighter Splash is worth checking out.
NSPredicateis one of those classes that hides a lot of complexity under the hood. This new one-page site from @soulchildpls provides a great reference. One to keep tucked away for when you need it.
Other@ismh chronicaling the changes in Apple’s Aqua interface over the last 18 years.