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.
This Swift library makes it easy to get diagnostics info such as app metadata, logs, and UserDefaults back from users. It composes an email for them to send to you support team. 🤓✔️
Via iOS Dev Weekly.
It’s not yet another networking library.
A minimalist Swift “micro-wrapper” on top of URLSession to handle retries. Remember, these days URLSession is very good, and we may not want to use a full-fledged third-party networking library. Via iOS Dev Weekly.
Okay, I don’t take the Charkas too literally, but I do think they’re on to something. Here’s a quick guide. They’re great for guiding meditation.
I’m excited about the European pool / spa tour, but you I don’t have to go that far away for a great swimming spot. Right here in Texas we have some more rustic and natural options. I’m officially starting a new series of Texas swimming holes for when summer rolls around again.
To kick things off, Blanco State Park. ☺️
This article helps you break down not the usual Massive View Controllers, but Massive View Models in the MVVM architecture.
- Sub View Models
- Dependency injection