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Thomas Visser Sep 14
Replying to @stroughtonsmith
Do you ever use them to play an RPG?
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Highstreet Sep 10
We are hiring for a number of positions immediately! Project Managers, Mobile Engineers, Front-end, Back-end, Customer Success Managers and more. Check this out and don’t hesitate to apply!
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Thomas Visser Aug 29
Reached Laundry Basket Zero today!
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Thomas Visser Aug 28
Days since I expected focus on macOS to follow my gaze: 0
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Thomas Visser Aug 27
Replying to @pointfreeco
Awesome!
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Thomas Visser Aug 27
Replying to @pointfreeco
Is it common practice to give views access to the whole state and allow them to send top level actions? I usually try to give as little state and power to views.
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Thomas Visser Aug 19
Exciting! If you find yourself in Utrecht and in for lunch (or anything) let me know! Hope you enjoy your time here
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Thomas Visser Aug 18
Replying to @benhobby @kobi_kobsen
Thanks for taking the time to respond! I think I’ll look into alternative options :)
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Thomas Visser Aug 18
Replying to @benhobby
Great hack, was hoping something like this would be possible. Would it be possible to turn this into a Sonos Connect kind of thing to connect it to an amp?
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Thomas Visser Aug 17
I don’t think it detracts from what SwiftUI is or will become, but they could indeed have handled the introduction differently.
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Thomas Visser Aug 16
Had a lot of fun giving a workshop on SwiftUI and Jetpack Compose today at . It was a taste of what we can do in the future and inspiration for what we can do today
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Thomas Visser Aug 16
iOS 13 seems to break the ability for apps to capture touches in the status bar, even when compiled with the iOS 12 SDK. Anybody found a work-around yet?
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Thomas Visser Aug 14
Sign in with Apple on the web triggers native UI in Safari (according to ). Do we know if this is also supposed to work like that in Mobile Safari? It currently uses the web flow (tested on beta 5.)
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Thomas Visser Aug 13
It makes sense, I think I was initially just too focussed on doing everything inside Composables. I also haven’t seen any samples/docs on app architecture for Compose. Do you know of any?
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Thomas Visser Aug 13
Perhaps related: at first I was expecting stateFor (and key) to remember values from a previous composition with the same key even if in-between comps used a different key, e.g. when switching between tabs in my gist. I think I get now that’s not the use case, app vs view state?
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Thomas Visser Aug 13
I tried that one as well and then saw it used Pivotal under the hood and opted for using it directly.
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Thomas Visser Aug 13
Replying to @intelligibabble
Thanks for clearing that up! Faith in my mental model is restored
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Thomas Visser Aug 12
Replying to @intelligibabble
I really enjoy getting into Compose, thanks for the blogpost! I do have a follow-up question, can you help me understand why I need modelFor inside a Composable with a Pivotal parameter? If I use plain model, the value is cached between instances.
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Seamus Blackley Aug 4
Two weeks ago, with the help of Egyptologist and Microbiologist , I went to Boston’s MFA and ’s to attempt collecting 4,500 year old yeast from Ancient Egyptian pottery. Today, I baked with some of it...
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Thomas Visser Aug 6
Replying to @elger
Het enige voordeel dat ik zie is dat je zo wel aangeeft dat de keuze niet definitief hoeft te zijn.
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