This is the first time I'm building something *real* using #SwiftUI. It's time to explore NSViewRepresentable a little bit.
I spent Thursday and Friday trying out Kotlin Native with some co-workers on our HackDays.
We built the same application we have as coding challenge at the company. All the networking, persistence and repository implemented in Kotlin, leaving just the UI layer to the platforms.
There are limitations of course, but it was kinda impressive to see all these implemented in Kotlin. We even used Coroutines!
Last week (or the week before that) I took my Nintendo Switch Pro Controller apart.
It was drifting and I thought it could be dust or something else, but its interior was in pristine condition.
Today Nintendo updated the Switch firmware to 10.0.2, and it solved the problem. Apparently Nintendo borked the Pro Controller in 10.0.0.
But I'm glad they fixed it. It keep switching back and forth between my Pro Controller and 8BitDo SN30 Pro depending on the game I’m playing. Favorite controllers.
Physicist and Software Engineer. Addicted to coffee, games, cats, swift, science, fountain pens, and pocket notebooks. I build stuff in Swift.
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