Rewriting to Combine was not bad after all :D
And a freshly updated Playdate website. https://play.date
Being able to link to other parts of code in the documentation will make navigating through codebase (especially if you're new to it) so much easier! Definitely big up - the DocC seems really great (and will be opensource 😍) #WWDC21
@onmyway133 Sensei is AppKit, but is transitioning to SwiftUI. On Big Sur, it switches to SwiftUI App lifecycle and the menu is in SwiftUI. New Monitor feature is SwiftUI, so once you navigate there, technically everything on screen will originate from SwiftUI code. https://twitter.com/oskargroth/status/1323270049096978433
OMG #Biomutant let me play the game. I'm sick of unskippable explanation of the same information twice.
Finally, the result. In 2 days we've managed to create fully functional application which implements special #accessibility mode for macOS by controlling your apps using AirPods Pro by head gestures. I'm happy to share the details.
the literal ENTIRE solar system today #MassEffectLegendaryEdition #MassEffect
There's also a subtle issue to be aware of when using po/p in Swift: they retain values for the entire debug session.
po/p create a persistent variable in lldb, which means their resources are not freed. Use v/vo when debugging memory issues and retain cycles. https://twitter.com/merowing_/status/1392389928844156928
When given the choice, people choose privacy.
Open source devs: “don’t use your GitHub contribution graphs to gauge people’s talent!!!”
Also open source devs: https://twitter.com/krzyzanowskim/status/1392123075441926147
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