Continuing series on crafting your very own developer tool, we're delving into the heart of the process! Explore the intricacies of modeling log entries and building a dynamic filtering system that tailors to your needs.
Crafting a dev tool? Here's how I'm implementing an easy-to-use toggle to unveil a more complex UI for my latest project.
MyFitnessPal didn't give me API access, so I wrote some Ruby to get it anyway. Finding good entry-point Logging in into MyFitnessPal, go to Reports Tab. You can now see Graphs of your data, how do they display the graphs? Let's use View Page Source: We can see that the
Playgrounds are one of the niftiest features of Swift. They allow you to quickly test out bits of code and see results in real time without going through the traditional edit-compile-run-debug cycle. "But surely playgrounds aren't possible in Objective-C?" you say... Think again. Features * Faster than Swift playgrounds (a lot)
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If you are looking for some good quality project settings and scripts, I've open-sources my bootstrap for upcoming 2015. Check it out on github.
Did you ever see image split available in Kaleidoscope? It's really easy to implement similar one in iOS with some CoreAnimation code. Basic 1. Stack 2 UIImageViews on top of each other. 2. Use CAShapeLayer to generate mask to hide part of our top one. 3. Mask will be a