- My GitHub contributions over the years abril 25, 2019
- Continuous Deployment of Mobile Software at Facebook abril 22, 2019
- Today's workout abril 22, 2019
- Writing Code Long Before You Need It abril 17, 2019
- One more argument for using descriptive variable names abril 16, 2019
- 40% down in 15 minutes abril 16, 2019
- First impressions on the Kindle Paperwhite abril 15, 2019
- Breaking the #inout habit abril 15, 2019
- Moving my journal to Swanros.com abril 15, 2019
- Handling routes from an API in a type-safe way with Swift marzo 27, 2018
- Available for work febrero 26, 2018
- guards in Elixir 1.6 enero 25, 2018
- Experimenting with inherited tables in Ecto septiembre 27, 2017
- Becoming a Better iOS Developer Through Tooling: My AltConf 2017 talk agosto 14, 2017
- On iOS interview exercises julio 25, 2017
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Interesting. I knew support for iOS was comming — didn’t know it would be ready by 1.5.
Head over to this Medium post to get a nice summary of the things that are important to us developers, that Apple didn’t mention on its World Wide Developers Conference last monday.
I was reading through iOS 9’s API diffs, and found this gem: NSLayoutAnchor. Instead of creating an NSLayoutConstraint objects directly, you start with one of the UIView, NSView, or UILayoutGuide objects you wish to constrain, and select one of that … Sigue leyendo
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Bold move from Apple. Bold.