The code scrapbook is finished, and has now produced its first set of articles. Five articles in around ten minutes seems pretty impressive to me.
In her final years, she concentrated on her writing. But her painting continued to innovate, and she produced some of her finest work, shown here.
Calling shell commands, including with privileges, NSBackgroundActivity, XPC Activity, and writing shell commands in Swift.
Dates with (NS)Date and DateFormatter, writing messages to Sierra’s unified log, and working with old Objective-C interfaces.
Reading and writing preference files, storing data in property list files, and reading JSON data.
Alerts, open and save file, text boxes, radio buttons, popup menus, steppers, read and write in NSDocuments, and much more.
Swift 3.1 code snippets for string manipulation, working with attributes in attributed text, and with arrays.
Covers new series of Swift Snippets articles, with links to those articles, other relevant ones here, and the whole series in a Tinderbox document.
Some of the key paintings telling the story of the grisly death of the satyr Marsyas, who lost his musical contest against Apollo.
Thomas Cook could take you anywhere in the world. Today we do better, although getting from the far south of England to the Outer Hebrides could be a bit too far.