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John Sundell
Creator of , co-host of , Swift developer, avid prototyper and amateur chef πŸ‘¨β€πŸ’»πŸ‘¨β€πŸ”¬πŸ‘¨β€πŸ³ Contact me:
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John Sundell 1h
Replying to @mamiy @autoclosure
Totally, I agree that using a simple Int isn’t the best example β€” it was one of my first articles, so I wasn’t very good at writing sample code back then (it’s really hard!) πŸ˜… I’ll rewrite some of the examples from that article soon πŸ™‚ Happy to hear that you like my work πŸ˜€
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John Sundell 2h
Replying to @mamiy @autoclosure
The explanation is right below the code sample: β€œAgain, we use autoclosure to avoid having to evaluate the default value every time this method is called.”
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John Sundell 2h
Replying to @_inside
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John Sundell 3h
A big benefit of making types configurable by closures, rather than hard-coding their behaviors, is that it makes it trivial to add new capabilities πŸ‘ For example, here's how I'm adding a Splash plugin to my site generator πŸ˜€ More on configurable types:
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John Sundell 3h
Replying to @stevezhou007
This year πŸ™‚
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John Sundell 3h
Replying to @NachoSoto @jckarter
In Sweden we have a saying: "The wait for something good is never too long" 😜
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John Sundell 4h
Replying to @LeoBL @_inside
Read my Twitter feed and/or listen to Stacktrace and you’ll find out πŸ˜…
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John Sundell 5h
Replying to @claesjacobsson
Thanks a lot 😊
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John Sundell 5h
Replying to @vt_codes
That's awesome to hear πŸ˜€
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John Sundell 5h
Replying to @jagtap_lalit
Thanks Lalit! πŸ˜€ I also feel like I'm just getting started, I have so many ideas for new projects πŸ˜…
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John Sundell 5h
Replying to @Dman228
Thanks for all those kind words Dman! 😊 I think there's a lot of people doing great work in the Swift developer community, but I'm very happy that you enjoy my content πŸ‘
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John Sundell 5h
Replying to @RajatMohanty
Hehe, my pleasure. Medium was nice when I was getting started, but I outgrew it quite quickly πŸ˜…
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John Sundell 5h
Replying to @Tom_Wolters
That's awesome to hear πŸ˜€ Thank you!
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John Sundell 5h
Replying to @taimila
They're in the works πŸš€
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John Sundell 5h
Replying to @zntfdr
My pleasure! πŸ˜€ Thanks for those kind words, and I hope everything is awesome over in Bangkok! β˜€οΈ
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John Sundell 5h
It’s Stacktrace time! πŸ₯žπŸΎπŸŽ‰ This week’s episode is more code-focused than usual, me & talk about the Swift Package Manager + Xcode, how Apple was hiding SwiftUI while working on it, and whether we’ll see a modernized version of CoreData soon πŸ‘
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John Sundell 6h
Replying to @_inside
If only you had a friend who is working on a way to be able to do that in Swift 😜
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John Sundell 7h
I almost can't believe it: My weekly articles about Swift have now been read over 3 MILLION times, by people from all around the world! πŸ€―πŸ˜πŸŽ‰ And that's just 10 months after I hit 1 million, which is crazy! πŸ˜… I seriously couldn't have done this without your help, THANK YOU! πŸ€—
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Swift Developments 10h
The podcast reached episode 50 this week and to mark the occasion, host was joined by special guest to talk swift past, present and future. As ever, an interesting listen.
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John Sundell 11h
Awesome, will do! πŸ˜€ Sounds like there might be another cross-over episode in our future about building HTML in Swift πŸ˜…
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