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Peter Steinberger
Founder of . We build . Co-organizer . Speaker. I tweet about iOS hacks & running a remote company. Also,memes [he/him⚣]
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Peter Steinberger 6h
Great! Hit me up if you have more questions. Currently focussing on the Mac app.
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Peter Steinberger 8h
how about ?
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Holly Brockwell Nov 16
"When your landlord fails to fix the leak in the ceiling it’s bad enough. When they literally sell the daylight coming through your window to Apple, you know the system is against you"
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Becky Hansmeyer Nov 16
Still loving SwiftUI, but slowly starting to run into its limitations. Like, there’s no way to dismiss the keyboard on tap. And if you use a numberPad or decimalPad style, there’s literally no way to dismiss it at all because there’s no return key.
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Daniel Martín Nov 16
Today in "things not mentioned in the Xcode release notes": Here's a tip to make Xcode's Jump to Next Counterpart much more useful if you use Swift and some architecture like MVVM, MVP, etc.
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Amro Mousa Nov 16
I have a few build system/compiler questions for Apple peeps. 🙏🏽 I want to confirm and correct my understanding of how language and library boundaries affect incremental builds.
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Peter Steinberger Nov 16
Replying to @BastianInuk
SwiftPM doesn‘t support binaries or mixed mode projects yet. But there is a proposal, and we helped to add xcframework support to CocoaPods.
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Peter Steinberger Nov 16
Replying to @Javi @heathborders
I got quite a few good responses since last WWDC.
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Peter Steinberger Nov 16
Replying to @rajivjhoomuck
We indirectly do help pay for it with the 30% cut.
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Peter Steinberger Nov 16
Replying to @smyrgl
That‘s why I created my own company.
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Peter Steinberger Nov 16
Replying to @smyrgl
no paperwork. sponsor + trust
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Peter Steinberger Nov 16
Replying to @reidmain
iOS :)
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Peter Steinberger Nov 16
Replying to @drunknbass @reidmain
The job market is really good for iPS devs. Exit interviews are a good factor for change.
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Peter Steinberger Nov 16
Replying to @reidmain
Oh I‘m the master ranter. But imagine where fastlane could be if 10% of the user spend 100 bucks on it per year...
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Peter Steinberger Nov 16
Everyone can help fix this. We wanted xcframework support in CocoaPods but nobody on the team had time/knowledge on that codebase so we paid someone from the community to add it.
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Peter Steinberger Nov 16
Replying to @reidmain
Then don‘t use it? Or be angry that Apple doesn‘t offer it. Or at Google management for not spending much money on it?
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Peter Steinberger Nov 16
Replying to @amdev
I might just keep it at the user facing parts. 🤷🏻‍♂️
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Peter Steinberger Nov 16
Replying to @amdev
The struggle. I‘m working on a plan to get more Swift into our SDK, but it is so so hard.
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Amro Mousa Nov 16
Replying to @amdev
Anyway, if you have a mixed language project (do not recommend), be careful with your APIs and modeling
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nick usen Nov 15
twitter is a truly incredible site because every single day without fail someone decides to calmly log on, take a deep breath & then have an absolute meltdown that ruins their life. no streaming service could ever match that type of entertainment value
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