@caleb4interesting stuff that happened today:
• I randomly got Xcode 13 (and it has Vim mode)
• gadzooks.me now uses Next.js ~🤮~
• I won a :pop-os: coaster(???)
@RebeccaWang0Day 3 of KWK: ~switched to swiftui instead of storyboard bc taking 10 minutes of outlets/actions for a single button kills me~
@kayley0KWK Day 9: I fixed a huge bug in our final project code, and the app is a little bit above the MVP right now. I have some time between now and the actual demo, so I am hoping to work on it a little bit more. Other than that, I was able to finish my mini-project 2, using segues, and I am starting to miss the MacBook Air loaner! I added some timelapses because I was basically churning out Swift the entire night (and in one of them you can kind of see the sunset too).
@kayley0KWK Day 7: Learned how to access the camera and photo library in Swift, worked with my group so that everyone could pull and push to the GitHub repo, and I spent a lot of time working on our final app!
@kayley0KWK Day 5: It is the end of my first week of the mobile app development camp! Learned more about segues and view controllers, and I am still working on my Project 2. We also started getting into teams for our final project, due next week. I also successfully rickrolled my class — screenshots of chat below — so I think it is safe to say that today was a very good day. I did not have the chance to work on anything Swift related tonight, so here is the timelapse from yesterday night.
@kayley0KWK Day 3: We started coding in XCode and made my first app (sorta). I also got screen recording to work!
@kayley0KWK Day 2: Learned the hard way that spaces matter in Swift, played around with loops and arrays, and connected my repl to a GitHub repository.
@kayley0KWK Day 1: Met a lot of new people and started learning Swift (which is a lot more like Python than I expected) — my friends told me to vlog the entire thing so here’s a timelapse from tonight!
@linus0Woah this is cool, it's super easy to make a a simple text editor in iOS, it has bolding and and underlining and italics and has support for images!
@matt0Started design and legal work on my newest and possibly biggest project, House Cat! House Cat is a 100% native GitHub client written in swiftUI. I use GitHub all the time and using an app instead of the website would be a huge productivity boost for me. Below is the logo I made in Figma!
@linus0Today I had fun with all the instruments Xcode provides
@linus0Currently waiting for Heroku to build my swift app ⏳ :boredparrot:
@linus0Well I was going through some old cruft on one of my drive and I found this, the last project I did out of Apple's Swift course, which means that I've been doing swift for over a year now! :swift::yay::boomer:
@linus0I’m working on Rudolph more, it’s fun to build a server in :swift: with :vapor:
@linus0I'm deploying my swift app to Heroku, which was cool (first time I used Heroku, cool)! Special thanks to @sarthak for doing quite a bit of it (like all it) 👁️
@jasonaa0~Btw I’m a professional app developer.~ seriously tho swiftui is pretty cool
@linus0Woohoo! :yay: Today I played with Core Data and CloudKit! In the end I was able to setup an app that uses core data to store the information (dates) and syncs it across 3 simulators, my iPhone, and the CloudKit Dashboard!
@linus0I'm making hcor, the core part of hackagotchi available in Swift. Here's how I'm kind of doing it.
@caleb4I'm gonna try to get @scrappy to react with as many emojis as possible, for no particular reason.
@linus0Started to learn about websockets in Swift today.
@linus0I had to go searching around for awhile because I couldn't figure out how to open a new OS X window in SwiftUI.
@ralasi350Working on backend stuff for an iOS app I am working on :swift::github::appleinc:
@ralasi350did some particle emitter stuff for iOS contract :swift::github:
@ralasi350Working on some backend stuff for an app. :github::swift:
@ralasi350Making a swiftui game for company I recently started working at
@linus0I had some fun today with getting my scrappy SwiftUI app to get the slack oauth token to be able to post scrappy updates! It was involved with a lot of moving parts - I had open the default browser, get the auth code back from slack using deep links and had to exchange that for an oauth token, without exposing my client secret (so I couldn't put the secret in the app), then finally putting it in the user's macOS keychain for safe keeping!
@jessding0made a super basic ios app to learn Swift/XCode! then got lilly pollen all over my hands and scrub scrub scrubbed to try to wash it off but some of it is still there 🙃 I didn't really have a pollen allergy before but now my nose/sinuses are starting to act up 🙃 🙃 🙃 i feel like lady macbeth, scrubbing at the SPOTS
@linus0I'm working on an app that lets you post scrapbook updates right from your menu bar!