That’s a great question! And actually one I asked myself too, when I just got started with Combine. Let’s first explain what PassthroughSubject and CurrentValueSubject are though. Subjects are a kind of publisher that you can subscribe to, but can...
In a short time I’ve created 25 releases for my static site generator Saga. For each release I’ve manually updated the CHANGELOG.md file, which is a bit tedious and easy to forget. I really wanted to automate this using GitHub Actions, which I was...
A hugely important part of any static site generator is of course the parsing of Markdown content. The default parser for Saga is Parsley, a custom wrapper around a cmark fork. While I am generally quite happy with it, there are some problems.
In the past few days I’ve made some pretty substantial improvements to Saga, to make it work for me and my website, which is now built using Saga.
I've already replaced my own SwiftMarkdown package...
I've replaced the Ink and Splash dependencies with my own SwiftMarkdown package.
An unexpectedly quick fourth article about Saga, after a complete redesign of the API.
In the third and final part of this series about Saga I'm looking at the pros and cons of the current system and what I might want to change.
Part 2, where I'm looking back at the current API of Saga.
In part 1 of a series of articles I'm looking at the inspiration behind my static site generator Saga, now available on Github.
I’m in the very early stages of building my own static site generator in Swift. I want the library to provide a basic Page type, that the user can then extend with custom metadata, and I need to be able to put Pages with different kinds of metadata...
I'm taking a look at the static site generator Publish, written in Swift.
Resources for learning Swift and UIKit, what to build first, opinions on Unit Testing, and more.
My take on the very common question "What should I learn or focus on? UIKit or SwiftUI?"