As Natalia Panferova said when she linked to her latest article on Mastodon:
There are a lot of steps involved in preparing an iOS project for remote push notifications.
Yes, there are! This is a blogging technique that I like to call “Writing it down for everyone, and for future you!”
What a clever technique written up by Dan Torres for integrating memory leak tracking into unit tests. I really liked this and I suspect it could be even further automated with a macro. 👍
For full disclosure, Dan mentions that he learned about this technique from an Essential Developer course, and Essential Developer is a regular sponsor of this newsletter.
I enjoyed this article by Stuart Varrall, where he takes his personal cricket app and adapts it to visionOS. I love a real-world story to follow along with, and it’s worth following along with his process.
Note: I can only apologise for the reading experience when you click this link. I got a full-screen subscribe prompt, which covered every word Stuart had written, followed by the article fading out and another subscribe prompt I had to dismiss as I got about halfway through. How did Substack become such a bad reading experience so quickly? It’s not Stuart’s fault, but be warned before you click through.
When is a URL, not a URL? When it’s a file URL. Jesse Squires explains.