@jeffmc We love making our own (using Alton Brown's recipe), but that's the great stuff.
I didn't really like it as a kid either, but basically love it now.
Every time I present "A Better MVC", the #1 piece of feedback I get is "that's nice; where's the code?"
I finally have an answer for you.
I've spent the past 2 days working up a basic "to do" app that applies the principles I talk about. It's not perfect, but I hope it gets the point across:
@cocoaphony 🙏 thanks for the kind words! I'm excited to see you again in a couple of days
I shudder to think that that's actually a reality now
@millenomi the window itself is draggable, but I don't appear to get a file promise while dragging or anything. It doesn't behave like a dragged file. I can't, for example, drag and drop the window in to slack
@millenomi ah, that's nice. I like the floating window... I just wish it would immediately let me click-drag it to where I need it, or quickly trash it.
I'm off to a file a radar, the wonderful radars for Oz
@brunoph A bit hard to explain in a short-form format, but basically: each layer of the app is responsible for interpreting its input and and translating it to a semantically appropriate abstraction that it can output.
In general, it sounds like a control is a good place to handle interaction. However, that's not necessarily *always* true; just probably generally true.
@grantjbutler Not sure yet, but I've got a couple things I'm looking at
Today I forgot how to declare IBOutlets in #ObjectiveC
Finally home after a long but extremely satisfying trip to #NSSpain
He's just this guy, you know?
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