@progo The "As long as it not Facebook, we can trust it!" syndrome
- "Free" to use and centralized
- Crappy ToS trying to force users to give "true, accurate, current and complete info" (no pseudonyms, can't chose what info you don't want to give for whatever reason)
- An empty "privacy" policy page
- Uses google maps…
Therefore it's just as shitty as facebook… So it's true this crap is just another "alternative" to facebook events. Not better, not ethical….
In the first betas I did the same with a custom View, but a modifier may be more idiomatic.
Exciting time to discover what idiomatic means ^^
Swift has a lot of great libraries for loading and caching remote images. Let’s integrate one of them with SwiftUI. I created an Image modifier which loads remote images with Kingfisher library. Remember that even ViewModifiers can has a State in SwiftUI.
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As I’ve quoted many times before: usage code first!
I’m so happy I keep an eye on other industries and ways of thinking, don’t let dogma pollute your mind!
Protocols I: "Start With a Protocol," He Said - Cocoaphony https://robnapier.net/start-with-a-protocol
Imagine Amazon acquire Microsoft, and all your Azure "serverless" will be discontinued in a year. Do you panic already? It happens all the time in IT, on a different scale.
"Both MongoDB and Realm are committed to supporting our customers on their current solution, and nothing will change right now."
"Parse has agreed to be acquired by Facebook. Rest assured, Parse is not going away. It’s going to …
“SE-0255: Implicit Returns from Single-expression Functions” has been accepted. I’m still unsure what to think about it, bug I guess we will see formatting rules popping up soon in popular formatters/linters.
Great, concise and informative article from James Porter about building native React-like apps in Swift using Tokamak. As a maintainer of the framework I’m super excited to see this, it motivates and inspires me to build so much more. Thank you James! https://www.amimetic.co.uk/blog/react-ish-ios-apps-a-tutorial/
I'm super excited to publish the first release of Tokamak: React-like framework for native UI written in pure Swift 🛠⚛️📲
I've worked on this nights and weekends of the last 7 months (with a ton of help from Matvii Hodovaniuk 🙏) 👨🏻💻
Check it out here 👇
I've been waiting for a true mesh-based phone for a long time! So glad to see it's finally happening! They are currently invite-only, use my refer link if you want to join https://volkfi.com/refer/Jg9y3C5
Sublime Text 3.2 with first-class Git integration, and incremental diffing!!!
Facebook is trying to offer a really terrible Patreon-style service (which will take 30% of all income 😟 and permanent intellectual property rights to anything uploaded even if you leave the service 😱 ).
A number of people asked about free open alternatives. You might want to look at:
Any other suggestions?
KPIs. so great.
What.The.Actual.Fuck #revolut Time for everyone to cut that card up?
Why does CoreGraphics support PDF and why is the format so pivotal to Apple? - Stack Overflow
"I licensed my PDF viewer to Apple for Rhapsody and then the PDF library I wrote in Objective-C to Apple as the basis of CoreGraphics..."
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