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This is a super nice read as always. Often we'll catch the errors and print them to the console, right? Well, have you thought about persisting to disk in a log file or actually modelling the errors to something a bit readable?
I remember doing this many years ago and I can't believe we still see this topic come up. In my opinion, this is what makes UIKit so powerful, given you the flexibility to override certain pieces of logic like this to suit your requirements.
It made me super happy to see Mikaela Caron complete my Social SwiftUI experiment during a live show on YouTube, thank you Mikaela and it's such an amazing experience watching someone take on the project in real-time.
This is an interesting concept, I remember in the early days when APIs weren't available you could scrape website data and parse the UI. I didn't think we would be doing that in 2022 but here we are. The actual code however is what interested me the most.
I found this article and I was amazed at the small hobby projects people get up to. It's super cool this Raspberry PI birdhouse, watching nature and all using small homemade hardware, cool!
I love these small tidbits that people in the community provide, I often find myself writing extensions or small utility classes and sharing them with the community is just amazing. This is a great one although I am not writing enough SwiftUI yet to warrant using for now.
I think Dictionary's as a new person joining Software Engineering can be confusing or hard concept to get your ahead around. Especially in iOS world but I think this article covering the basics of interating over a dictionary could be useful for you to learn.