I think the lookup is purely by type, but maybe one of you can answer definitively?
Can someone explain to me how “EnvironmentObject” knows which object to proxy in SwiftUI? Example:
@EnvironmentObject@twitter.com var p1: Person
@EnvironmentObject@twitter.com var p2: Person
Is there any way for ‘p1’ and ‘p2’ to point to different objects? Is the lookup purely by type?
I wonder if you’d have to embed an empty UIView that overrides keyCommands and becomes the first responder? 😬
Would a “pure” SwiftUI app be incapable of implementing keyboard shortcuts? Just thought of that as I scrolled by some of my UIKeyCommand overrides...
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It would be rad if the Xcode “Distribute App” thing let you pick all the options up front, then just did everything with one big progress bar.
I always think I’ve clicked the last “Next” button but switch back later only to see it sitting there with a bright “Upload” button.
I can’t stop laughing about these pictures. Some of the replies are pretty good too.
An exit gate in a parking garage in @HaymarketLNK@twitter.com was kicked, pulled, twisted and hit by this man. Do you know him?!
-over $3200 in damages.
Kitten update! Our friends’ 4-year-old named them Stripey Stripe and Whitey White and apparently we’re not allowed to change the names. 😆 They’ll be outdoor cats; we bought a fairly large chicken coop for them to live in for now so they stay safe.
Oh heck yes I will because I need to read through more examples of people using it in real, complex apps. 🤩
Oh hell yes look at this SwiftUI code in NetNewsWire for iOS. https://github.com/brentsimmons/NetNewsWire/commit/902304c723087925fece2d6019cb7552f9a4c12b
Hmm, looks like Apple decided to deprecate all of its “Moment” -related PhotoKit APIs, probably due to the http://Photos.app redesign. It means the entire Moment-based photo picker I created won’t work anymore. Looks like I have a lot of re-thinking to do...
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