Monthly Archives: January 2019

Views vs. layers

A layer is a simple model class that exposes a number of properties to represents some image-based content. Every UIView is backed by a layer, so you can think of layers as the lower-level behind the scenes class behind your … Continue reading

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Xcode tips and ticks

Faster Testing When using TDD you can work more quickly by running a subset of tests – press ⌃⌥⌘G to re-run only your last test, or ⌘-click several tests to run only them. Opening Xcode If you’re in a folder … Continue reading

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gitsubree usage

Basic commands about subtree git subtree add –prefix=<prefix> <commit> git subtree add –prefix=<prefix> <repository> <ref> git subtree pull –prefix=<prefix> <repository> <ref> git subtree push –prefix=<prefix> <repository> <ref> git subtree merge –prefix=<prefix> <commit> git subtree split –prefix=<prefix> [OPTIONS] [<commit>] 1. Add … Continue reading

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CommentPlus for Swift Func

Usage reference: https://zhihuitang.github.io/2019/01/13/CommentPlus-for-Swift-Func.html Download the Xcode extension from here Unzip and double click the extension CommentPlus.app to install the extension In Xcode, put the cursor on the upper line of func, then select Xcode menu bar: Editor -> CommentGenerator -> … Continue reading

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