Andrew Bancroft builds on the post Enums Instead of Booleans:
“What I’d like to focus on here is the implementation of the thing that produces those values for the switch-case that will consume them later on.”
As it relates to coding with clarity, both posts are worth a read.
Previously an Android only charting project, MPAndroidChart has been ported to Swift as iOS Charts.
At a glance, this looks to be a pretty awesome (open source) charting package. If you are looking to integrate a graph into your project, check this out.
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Pedro Gomes on XCActionBar:
“If you use Alfred, LaunchBar, QuickSilver or other similar products (and if you don’t, you really should!), then you already know what this is all about.”
I work in a manner similar to Pedro, I’m most efficient when my my hands are on the keyboard (versus reaching for touchpad/mouse). With XCAxctionBar, it’s all about running commands to directly access Xcode features.
Check out the demos.
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