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.
Despite its documentation vanishing, it’s clear that GCD does a lot more than provide an easy way to concurrency for app developers.
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.
Scripting a friendly front-end for the iconv tool to convert text between 144 different types of encoding. Also how to open as well as save documents.
How can you get the Unicode normalised form from within an app, or when you’re writing your own tools and scripts? unorml may be just the job.
A quick tour through String normalisation, mapping closures, and a small burst of colour.
A basic document-based Swift app shell into which you can quickly add functional code. Saves time starting a new project.