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This is the developer edition, I guess.
- Calling Swift functions from Objective-C
“It’s a lot easier than the docs make it out to be, especially if you’re just using a single target.”
By the way, Erica is the smartest developer (and probably person) that I know. If you develop for Mac and don’t read her blog, you should add it to your feeds now.
- Introduction to Grunt and Gulp.js — Mijingo
- dot-clipboard monitors your clipboard and runs scripts based on its content. Via OneThingWell.
This offers a lot of possibilites, including replicating functionality I’ve already built for StretchLink (coming to the MAS soon, I hope).
- Using Sass source maps in WebKit Inspector
- If you use a CSS preprocessor, source maps are the awesome. Here’s some info for using them with Sass.
- For Sublime Text: turn your TODO comments into GitHub issues, complete with a link. Very cool.
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