Swift is such a delightful language to write this kind of code. I tried looking at the original Liquid implementation of the "if" tag in Ruby and now my brain hurts.
Good news! Logical operators have been implemented in LiquidKit (Swift port of Liquid for iOS/macOS)! All your best friends "==", "!=", ">", ">=", "<", "<=", "and", and "or" are now implemented and tested.
*while coding and listening to music, I stop*
"While the seagulls were screaming! Lucy was eating. (ban ban) Then we hauled up our colors, the way that mother had told us. (ban ban) And together we just watched the sails… (nananahh nananahh nananananaa)"
*goes back to coding*
Just look at what we can do with this technology!
So I got inspired with the new Apple Watch complications and wrote a tiny app that shows the next *visible* pass of the ISS (or any other satellite) as a complication. The ring goes through dark blue (next 8h), light blue (next hour), and yellow (pass in progress) stages. It's pretty nifty! Bottom left complication in picture:
On the other hand, today my Deliveroo rider is coming early 😍 It's taco time! 🌮🌮🌮
Man, it takes next to nothing to flip me from feeling really great at what I do, to feeling like a complete sham at the moment.
I – for one – think gays should reclaim computer science from tech bros, honestly.
Guess what happens when you treat your workers like shit.
RT @email@example.com: The classroom I'm volunteering in still has technology textbooks from the 1980s in it. Is this not the most glorious stock photo of all time?
Does anyone have a tip on selling all your things in a country where "garage/yard sales" aren't a thing?
I was ready to buy the watch, but it will only be available in October, and only for delivery (I'd rather pick it up myself at the Apple store nearby). I guess I'm buying the iPhone first then...