The boilerplate is real on this one ☹️ you would think: PROPERTY WRAPPERS!!! and I would say "property initializers run before 'self' is available" 😒

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A little detour to make a PR to the composable architecture. If we can give back a bit to the community why not right? 😊

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The game was amazing and now it has a mode made by my favourite champion! @PlayRuneterra@twitter.com

I would also love to see more accessibility blogs made by the community. There are some but barely scratching the surface.
At my jobyjob we’ve spend months doing accessibility work and there is so many tricky things to get right, there are every few experts on this.

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RT @twostraws@twitter.com

Next time you're hiring a senior iOS developer, how about you skip the algorithmic whiteboard questions and instead hand them an iPhone with VoiceOver on and ask them to turn it off – a one-minute test to tell you who has actually bothered to handle accessibility in their apps.

πŸ¦πŸ”—: twitter.com/twostraws/status/1

Nice! New things in beta 2 ^^ Time to check out this new cell APIs. πŸŽ‰

RT @smileyborg@twitter.com

@alexito4@twitter.com Custom content configurations are fully supported in Beta 2, and the sample code has been updated with a new example that shows the basics of how to implement one: developer.apple.com/documentat

πŸ¦πŸ”—: twitter.com/smileyborg/status/

Today I've updated @pointfreeco@twitter.com composable architecture from 0.3 to 0.6 (yes, I should have done it earlier πŸ˜‚). Everything compiled fine, I just had to tweak reducers order, which is a good thing since the new asserts caught a possible possible problem. forums.swift.org/t/swiftui-dra

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I’ve been reading the HIG these past week. It actually impressive what it means to be a good iOS app. Gone are the days of the 320.

RT @JordanMorgan10@twitter.com

🚨 My annual HIG readthrough is done! 🚨

I've fully updated my "Best in Class" post for iOS 14 ✨! I spent a ton of time on this one, and I'm pumped to get it out there. It synthesizes both design and technical considerations into one document.

Enjoy!

swiftjectivec.com/a-best-in-cl

πŸ¦πŸ”—: twitter.com/JordanMorgan10/sta

The worse part is when I see the diagram of navigation, and that's scale 😒 ours is like 5x worse πŸ˜‚ simply our login/signup is as complex as an entire app.

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I've had a tab opened with this post for a while albertodebortoli.com/2019/04/1 is one that I need to read with enough time to analyse it properly. I think there are a couple of ideas that I need to incorporate into our coordinator system.

I love the first few seconds of β€œWhere is Brandon today?” πŸ˜‚

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I'm worried because I don't get why everybody is confused with State/Observed Object. One takes ownership the other doesn't. It just facilities a bit what we've been doing for a year, but you still need to ask who owns the data. In the same way that you do for State/Binding.

Great list. For me the best about Xcode are behaviours. I recommend you to set sounds for build failure. If your project takes enough time to compile for you to get distracted the sound is gonna pull you back to work!

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My hope is that by having this setup now I don't endup quitting the project as always because there is to much friction to work on it. When I only work on something on my spare time the feeling of friction is multiplied by 10 πŸ˜‚

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Today I've setup automated screenshots for the App Store via @FastlaneTools@twitter.com . I wanted to do something with simple unit tests + snapshot of the SwiftUI views, but I went for a battle tested solution.

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γ€Ά New post! How @pointfreeco@twitter.com composable architecture makes implementing iOS home screen quick actions a breeze!
alejandromp.com/blog/home-scre
For quick actions you often need to hook into different, otherwise decoupled, features of your App. That gets messy real fast. Not with TCA! πŸŽ‰

Spent the morning over twitch.tv/alejandromp4 writting a blog post. It was fun to show a little behind the scenes of my writing process ^^

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