Posts tagged "code"
In my conversations with developers, I’ve heard a pretty common theme from them that “Core Data is hard” or “Core Data is buggy” or “I could never get it to work right and gave up on it”.
Part 5 in a series on “fixing” Model-View-Controller:
There are two things that make me hate being a programmer.
If I were Supreme Swift Potentate, there are a few things I’d change about how Swift deals with protocols, and how this gets manifest in the standard library.
I’ve developed a handy trick when writing frameworks in Swift that makes the overall process a little bit nicer, and it’s just adding a single file to your framework.
When you’re writing an iOS or macOS app, you typically don’t need to dynamically know what your own entitlements are. However, there are a couple of rare circumstances when it could be Nice To Have.
Finding the root cause of an error in your app can often feel very intimidating, whether you’re brand-new to programming or you’ve been building coding for decades. Debugging problems can be extremely time consuming. Where do you start looking? How do you know if what you think is the problem is actually the problem?
Part 4 in a series on “fixing” Model-View-Controller:
Part 3 in a series on “fixing” Model-View-Controller:
Part 2 in a series on “fixing” Model-View-Controller:
Part 1 in a series on “fixing” Model-View-Controller:
Recently I was working on a little app for myself to help me keep track of some information on my computer. The app is powered by an
NSMetadataQuery(essentially a Spotlight search) that reports back everything it finds.