Okay, at this point parsing JSON with Swift is pretty basic. But this quick article steps through some of the weird scenarios you might face.
This article breaks down the characteristics of cool peeps. And thankfully it’s not the high school “popular” kind of cool, but more in a sense of being effortless and smooth.
I like this list because it’s all pretty easy stuff. It’s not about being crazy funny, talented, or rich. Just be cool. 🤷🏻♂️😆
[Cheat sheet: they’re adaptable, they like people, their clothes match their personality, they don’t take criticism too personally, they’re present, they self-regulate (food, alcohol, exercise, work, emotions), they’re curious, if you’re mean to them, they won’t make a fuss, they do interesting things, they won’t judge you, they find fun in small stuff, you wish you could see more of them.]
Interesting article on the otherwise rather staid topic of storing client credentials for iOS. Via iOS Dev Weekly.
Conclusion: “Client Secrecy is Impossible”. 🤷🏻♂️
Okay, I’m not huge on wild conspiracy theories. But I like that some scientists think it is at least plausible that highly advanced aliens are building megastructures around stars to capture their energy like a battery. 🤯 The cool thing is there would actually be a good reason for aliens to do this if they were capable enough. 🌟🔋
I’m not saying I believe it, but I love that this is a theoretical possibility. And it’s influencing SETI.
The idea here is that a very advanced alien civilization may be able to construct a hypothetical megastructure called a Dyson sphere that completely encompasses a star in order to capture a large portion of its energy. Think of it as converting a star into a gargantuan battery.
This WWDC19 talk covers a lot of interesting ground such as SwiftUI, Combine, and RealityKit. And a good intro to Property Wrappers around 23:20. 🤓
Via iOS Dev Weekly.