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Olivier Halligon
iOS architect & Swift lover. OSS contributor (, , …). Author of OHHTTPStubs, SwiftGen, Reusable… Speaker. Blogger. Whovian & Sherlockian
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Guilherme Rambo 4h
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Replying to @mergesort
Easy solution: change your wife, if each other have different partners, then problem solved 😂 (ok, I’m out)
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Denis Lebedev Apr 20
Friday is a good time for a rant: - having small classes/files doesn't mean a system is well designed - having tests does not mean a system is modifiable without risk / has no bugs - having _architecture of the week_ applied to an app does not mean it actually helps ship faster
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App Builders CH Apr 20
📹 "Becoming An Effective Contributor to Swift" by & is now available to watch.
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Ole Begemann Apr 20
Pro tip: if you set LSSupportsOpeningDocumentsInPlace=YES and UIFileSharingEnabled=YES in your Info.​plist, you can inspect your app’s Documents directory in the Files.​app. Often useful for debugging. (We have a script to only set these for dev builds.)
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Olivier Halligon Apr 19
Replying to @esttorhe
I think if you double-negate everything (rejected>allowed + negate each condition + and>or) in that listing it’s equivalent but easier to understand. PRs will only be allowed if: - there’s a PR body, or - …
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Thomas Apr 19
Replying to @tclementdev
dispatch_async() is wasteful if the dispatched block is small, as it will most likely require a new thread due to libdispatch's overcommit behavior. Prefer locking to protect shared state (rather than switching the execution context).
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Olivier Halligon Apr 19
Replying to @AirspeedSwift
Or maybe you want to avoid Unicode but still be clear that you want to talk about `Int`?
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Olivier Halligon Apr 19
Replying to @AirspeedSwift
You mean that you want to talk about Int❓ so that people don’t think you’re taking about Int?❓ Unicode FTW 😛
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Ilya Puchka Apr 15
Really happy with implementation of Codable template for Sourcery that I finally came up with. It feels much more natural and closer to standard library approach comparing with first version heavily based on annotations.
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Thomas Apr 19
Replying to @tclementdev
libdispatch is efficient but not magic. Resources are not infinite. You cannot ignore the reality of the underlying operating system and hardware you're running on. Not all code is prone to parallelization.
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Vapor Apr 18
Just released: HTTP 3.0: 🚀 Non-blocking, event-driven HTTP built on Swift NIO. Create an echo HTTP server in <10 lines of code. Adds features to NIO like remote IP, media types, client upgrade, cookies, Codable support and more! See docs in link:
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Joe Groff Apr 18
Replying to @jckarter
The new `Hashable` protocol is accepted!
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Ⓒⓐⓡⓞ Apr 16
For those who couldn’t be in Lugano at this year. I uploaded my slides here :
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Jean-Charles Sorin Apr 16
Best changelog ever: SDK.
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Marin Todorov Apr 16
Snippetty 1.0 is now live :) Enjoy 25% off during launch week - coupon "snippettylaunch" during check-out 🚀
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Luis @ AppBuilders Apr 16
Replying to @davedelong
THIS: “UIViewControllers doesn’t have to fill the entire screen”
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Joachim Apr 12
New blog post: Why you should not name your @IBActions didTapButton
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Olivier Halligon Apr 14
Happy Birthday Anastasiia ! Hope you have a great day, keep on being awesome and happy and dancing of joy like you always do to spread your happiness 😁💃🏻
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Olivier Halligon Apr 13
Replying to @natashathenomad
In which direction are you heading next? Did you already try hot springs near Rotorua on the northern island? ♨️
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