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Thomas Visser Dec 13
Replying to @dteam69 @steipete
I thought so too, about UIStackView, until I decompiled UIKit. It revealed quite some private API in and around UIView that is required to make its intricacies work. It would require whole different approach to building components separate from the OS.
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Thomas Visser Dec 10
Working on type-safe home automation in Swift for HomeKit, so I can do: when(home.hallway.motionSensor.detectsMotion).then(home.hallway.lamp.turnOnWithColor(.red))
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Thomas Visser Dec 5
Replying to @stigi
Could not reproduce. Guess my desk is too smooth / not smooth enough
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Thomas Visser Dec 5
Replying to @AndyyHope
Ok great now I just need to sound like a can of Coke Zero 🙃
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Thomas Visser Dec 5
Is it the winner or the loser who has to pair program with you? 🙃
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Thomas Visser Dec 4
Currently searching YouTube for Chewbacca sound tutorials
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Thomas Visser Nov 30
Replying to @chriseidhof
Hope she gets better soon! Sterkte!
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Thomas Visser Nov 29
TFW safeAreaInsets issues lead you to a dark place and it turns out has been there before you
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Thomas Visser Nov 18
Replying to @MiskaFredman
Love the style!
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Thomas Visser Nov 17
Uncovering the truth behind the Sunless Citadel
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Thomas Visser Nov 11
Replying to @loiclec
Singletons
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Thomas Visser Nov 2
Replying to @pieteromvlee
I like LE:EN
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Thomas Visser Nov 1
Do apps on the iPhone XR run in a compatibility mode until they are compiled with Xcode 10 / iOS 12 SDK?
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Thomas Visser Oct 31
Replying to @steipete
I thought that was what Apple did a while ago with the CGAffineTransform and CGContext (etc) APIs and hoped there was a way for us mortal souls as well
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Thomas Visser Oct 31
Is there an `NS_SOMETHING` incantation I can add to `extern CGPoint CGRectGetCenter(CGRect rect);` (defined in objc) to expose it as `` in Swift?
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Thomas Visser Oct 31
Replying to @thomvis
At least I didn’t prematurely optimize the code that followed
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Thomas Visser Oct 31
`// naive implementation for now` - committed 4 years ago
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Thomas Visser Oct 29
Replying to @olebegemann
Thanks! Nice to read about it from somebody who‘s more knowledgeable on the subject :)
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Thomas Visser Oct 29
A related gotcha I had way later than I’d like to admit: Apple has a tool to help with version and build numbers called agvtool
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Thomas Visser Oct 29
Replying to @r0unak
Yes, thought about that too! That could work for ints, not taking efficiency into account, but for a Set<String> it would become practically impossible 🙃
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