This is a collection of thoughts, reviews and unfinished work. These blog posts are less official and may lack actual introductions or descriptions. If wish additional explanation or examples, you are free to contact me. All code is MIT-licensed and I would be really happy if my experiments can help you.
The initial idea behind InferIt was to create some mixture of a constraint solver and a dependency manager: you would just tell it what to install and it would gather as much information as possible to install it. The goal is to fulfill a requirement. InferIt would then… »
Async operators , or that functional reactive programming libraries as and provide are super useful and expressive. Though their biggest benefit lays within composability. This playground tries to achieve the same using plain functions with little help of a… »
A simple example implementation of the Redux pattern with multiple reducers and listeners. The name is derived from Swift + Redux = 🏎🦆 Originally written at 2018-06-10 Definitions Example Usage Conclusion Without explicit support for modularity, supporting multiple… »
Writing things down is part of my learning process. These thoughts came up while reading through Yegor Bugayenko’s book Elegant Objects about a more declarative and less procedural approach of object oriented programming. This is more a personal document than a book… »
A Swift Playground aiming to provide some functional helpers to parse arguments for command line tools. It uses Overture and is build for high composability, flexibility and little impact on your project's freedom to evolve. A central use case was Archery 's: only… »
Do you work with legacy RxJS code? Have you ever revisited your first few observables in your application? Do you need to fix bugs in an app of your learning phase? Are you still learning best practices for writing reactive code? This guide is for you. Even if you don’t… »