Dynamic Method Call
Reducing for-loops is a great way to maintain readability and maintain code modularity. “Data science” methods like map, flatMap, filter and reduce are awesome building blocks for functional programing in swift, but you can also build your own custom methods that do similar things.
Enumerating Cg Path
Notes on Parsing CGPath
Sorting things in swift
In its simplest form you click a button and it loads a css and recursively calls setSkin on the UI.
Encoding and decoding of text
Some shell research
CVDisplayLink is a timer object that allows your application to synchronize its drawing to the refresh rate of the display. ==It’s highly useful when you want to combine animation with user interactions==, something that is not easily handled by transitions or stock animations.
My Research-notes on core animation
The Event System
A simple event system that propagates events through hierarchical classes
Notes on gestures
Hit Testing Sub Views
Researching hit-testing of sub views
Asserting Class And Protocol
Great method that asserts if an instance is of a class type or of a protocol type
Customize a window with any design and behavior, everything is also animatable.
My Jekyll Workflow
As a programmer I sort and collect a lot of research, my problem has always been were do I store all this research?
Swift Regex Has No Conditional Backref
When you want to assert if a digit is a digit i used to use a simple conditional back referencing pattern.
Graphic Framework For Osx
A graphics framework built on Quartz
Dynamic Instance Creation
NOTE: it does require that each class extends the same protocol and that they have similar init method
Equality Between Protocols
Drop this in playground and your on your way:
Extracting Rgba Values From Nscolor
Extracting RGBA values from NSColor
to Array **
This is a great way to add context to “data container classes” as it is then easy to debug all the variables in the instance
My notes on the Equatable protocol in swift
Dynamic Class Types In Swift
Here is a pure swift implementation of dynamic class types. It does require the classes to extend the same protocol.
Swift Doesn't Do Named Capturing Groups In Regexp
But if you combine a swift enum with RegExp matches and add ($n ) to your capture groups you can simulate named capturing groups.
A Better Drawing Routine For Quartz
In order to support GradientLine it was necessary to go all the way down to the core , namely Quartz which is part of CoreGraphics. So currently implementing a routine to support GradientLine Directly.
Drawing A Gradient Line In Osx
There are a couple of ways to do it
Swift Event Research
Delegation vs NsNotificationCenter vs Custom Event system