A classic scripting task: iterate through a folder and its entire contents, testing to see if each file is readable or writable. It’s straightforward in Swift too.
There are lots of different ways to modify a string, but some would turn out to be very inefficient. A gentle wander through CharacterView and a mapping closure.
A simple and elegant way to eliminate duplicates from an array of strings comes and goes as Swift 3.1 takes charge.
How T2M2 analyses Sierra’s log to assess how backups have been working. With insights into using NSDate, NSStepper, and more.
Structuring, parsing, and styling text is not difficult when you use Swift 3 as your scripting language.
The making of DispatchView in a couple of hours. Apart from stealing code from Consolation, it was built from scratch in Swift 3.
Implementing file save and file open for Property Lists using Swift 3.
Getting GCD to schedule and dispatch a packaged external task, like a backup, is actually straightforward. Here’s how.
Factoring the code better to separate reading and writing the underlying data, and converting that for display.
Progress with Rosettavert to convert text encoding, including popup menus with 144 entries. But stumbling still on an issue of string encoding.