Just recently I've tried out out a (relatively) new logging frameworks for iOS called SwiftyBeaver. It's currently in private beta and already looks very promising.»
In the beginning, there was Swift...»
I've long since thought about this topic but this weekend I've pushed the repos. All fundamental parts of Geofancy, namely the (yet heavy in progress and almost abandoned) Android app, the cloud app (https://my.geofancy.com) as well as what it all started with: the iOS app are now open source.»
I've recently open sourced one of my 3-hour-apps, namely himbo.This iOS App basically let's you create a basic, single colored, background for your iPhone.This is my story on how I integrated
3D Touch to improve its UX.
Until a 1.5 weeks ago or so I've been a huge fan of Spotify, when Apple Music was released on 1st of July I switched. Because of multiple reasons. The main reason though, for me, was because now all my music is unified again. I've used iTunes Match for years now, but I've used Spotify longer, now I'm leaving for good.»
Using Xcode 6 and xcrun it's super easy to compile and run Swift Apps in a script-like manner.Ideally just create a
.swift file and make it executable
chmod +x. Take a look at those two
Hello World samples and try it out yourself.It's easy and very handy at the same time.
A few weeks ago I've built my first Watch app bundle with an app I newly build for taking a quick look into your RMS eToll account: eToller.»
A short while ago I've built a small static site to showcase some of my favorite open source repositories.»
About a week ago I've build a 100% Swift App (one of my first ones, except for Notification Center Widgets, etc.) which also resulted in two open source components (both Swift) which I released and added to my Showcase.»
I've set a small jekyll-powered page to showcase my most-famous and continued open source projects.Feel free to take a peek at: http://src.kida.io.»