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Bruno Rocha
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Bruno Rocha 19h
The new Google Stadia is cool I guess, but did people forget the dozens of times people attempted the same stream-based gaming gimmick and failed miserably because internet sucks in 99% of the world?
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Bruno Rocha Mar 13
I just realized that you can add local .mp3 files to a Spotify playlist and it will sync across your devices just like a regular song. Major props to whoever pitched this
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Bruno Rocha Mar 12
Transferring some files back and forth between Linux/Mac/Windows drives took me more drive formatting and copying than I wish to admit. Can you stop creating new drive formats and just stick to a standard already?? 😫
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Bruno Rocha Mar 8
Thanks for the mention Dave! 😊 Blog milestone achieved β™₯️
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Bruno Rocha Mar 8
Replying to @swiftdevmnts
Thanks for the mention! β™₯️
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Bruno Rocha Mar 7
Replying to @twostraws
I had to make "cd" automatically trigger "ls" and "git checkout" always trigger "git log" because I found myself writing them 100% of the time
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Bruno Rocha Mar 1
Replying to @tmergulhao
Awesome Tiago πŸ™‚ I hope it helps!
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Bruno Rocha Mar 1
Replying to @LucianoPassos11
Thanks Luciano πŸ™‚
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Bruno Rocha Feb 28
Replying to @abdela7ad
Glad you liked it Abdelahad πŸ™‚
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Bruno Rocha Feb 28
I normally write articles about things I want to know more about, so this time I wrote a bit about the iOS Responder Chain and some things you can do with it. Check it out!
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Bruno Rocha Feb 21
Replying to @swift_with_love
Thanks Adam, it really means a lot 😊
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Bruno Rocha Feb 21
Replying to @swift_with_love
Hey Adam, I just decoded the base64 of the URL they show you when you ask to create a shortcut. The rest was pure trial and error.
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Bruno Rocha Feb 20
Replying to @ryanjagray @_inside
Gotta open Safari first indeed, but I wasn't too bothered by it since you can make Safari's fullscreen mode look exactly like your app's splash screen. Feels like a regular deeplink.
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Bruno Rocha Feb 20
So a few days ago I found out how the Shortcuts app is able to create Home icons that triggers their deeplinks, and extracted it so you can make your app provide icons that opens specific parts of your/other's apps. Check it out:
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Bruno Rocha Feb 19
Replying to @pfandrade_
While that doesn't come out, add a Shortcuts's shortcut to your home and 3D touch it to copy it's "link", then decode the base64. All the tricks are there.
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Bruno Rocha Feb 19
Replying to @pfandrade_
It's not an API! It's simply having Safari render a base64 encoded html that detects if it's running in PWA mode and redirects to something else. Sneaky as hell. Going to write an article about it that includes an example.
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Bruno Rocha Feb 19
I've managed to replicate what the Shortcuts app does to add a deeplink to their app to the iOS home screen - pretty handy for giving your users the ability to add home shortcuts for specific parts of your app!
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Bruno Rocha Feb 1
Replying to @Mohamedsalahn12
I use iTerm2 πŸ™‚
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Bruno Rocha Jan 30
Replying to @igor9silva
For PRs you can configure GitHub to merge with rebase πŸ™‚ For everything else I use the CLI.
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Bruno Rocha Jan 30
Replying to @igor9silva
There are some conceptual differences, but I think the end result is indeed very similar. I personally like rebase because it literally copies the commits, so you can pretend the branch never existed at all.
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