For a few days I had an issue where every so often the iOS simulator would freeze when booting up. It would just display an activity indicator. Then I saw this Tweet and now all is fixed!
Weird Xcode install issues with unbootable simulators?
xcrun simctl erase all
resolved it for me
— Jason Kneen (@jasonkneen) April 30, 2018
Brave Web Browser - A project to keep an eye on. It was reasonably stable on macOS but has recently crashed a lot, so I have moved back to Safari for now.
Revolut Business - Revolut added Freeagent sync. Once it supports unique IBAN numbers, rather than relying on a reference number, I'm all in.
Showerthoughts - a macOS screensaver I built.
Balance Manager (beta) - A web-based tool to help you manage your tokens.
Years ago at Togethera we built and open sourced our deprecation framework for iOS. It provided a way to remotely deprecate old versions of an app. Deprecator supported hard and soft deprecations.
Soft deprecations can be used to just let the user know that the latest version of the app has some new awesome feature and hard deprecations are used to force the user to upgrade. It's not good practice, but it is useful to have as a backup incase of something going badly wrong.
The framework was left untouched and didn't work with any new versions of Swift so I have now brought it back to life! You can find it on Github.
I've just released SegmentedControl; a small UI control for iOS.
In your Cartfile:
let segmentedControl = SegmentedControl() segmentedControl.tintColor = UIColor.blue segmentedControl.addButton(title: "Button A") segmentedControl.addButton(title: "Button B") segmentedControl.addButton(title: "Button C") segmentedControl.addTarget(self, action: #selector(self.segmentedControlValueDidChange(_:)), for: .valueChanged) self.view.addSubview(segmentedControl)