This is a nice summary of Swift’s Result type, BTW: https://www.hackingwithswift.com/articles/161/how-to-use-result-in-swift
RP @brentsimmons: I learned how to do Apple events coding from Ultimate Mac Programming by @davemark! After all these years, the book is still available on Amazon. :) https://micro.inessential.com/2019/04/25/i-learned-how.html
OK, I’m stuck with a really bizarre Swift error message, if anyone has an idea, it would be appreciated:
Watching this bit from @jamesdempsey's talk on WebObjects (https://youtu.be/RDHo7Z6Xc4I?t=1290) and suddenly wondering what WebObjects used to render its web page?
This was before Safari and WebKit, after all ... and can't have been OmniWeb because it was from Apple.
Was this HTMLRendering.framework as used in Help Viewer? I always thought that was originally from Carbon/OS9 ?
Wasn’t aware there was an online version of the visual programming environment for the Scratch programming language available: https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/editor/?tutorial=getStarted
For a long time I've wondered what I find so alluring and strangely human about Japanese urban scenes, and then someone tweeted it: Japan doesn't have on-street parking. https://twitter.com/japanfolder/status/1118637492645842945
I make a HyperCard clone at https://stacksmith.org
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