Web Excursions are select bookmarks from my travels around the interwebs, because I'm always thinking about you while discovering other people's cool stuff. You mean that much to me. You can see all of my (public) bookmarks on Pinboard, and visit the bookmarks archive for curated lists across the last few years.
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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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