@ThomasStubblefield7+I made a bit of progress today on handling sending messages 😄
I need to add a webhook to get the changes for when the user receives a message.@ThomasStubblefield7+Update on Unifriend, an application to help university students make friends (a project I am making w/ my friend Parker)
Developed a bit of the front-end (totally unstyled), Auth on login, signup & login is fully functional. The API is a bit inconsistent (sometimes it will be super fast, and other times it will take 15 seconds or so). We're now retrieving conversations.
We made a send message API and a find friend suggestions API too (very basic sorting algorithm right now but we will improve it), but have not yet connected it to the front-end.
WITHOUT STYLES@ThomasStubblefield7+Deployed API w/ Muffin + Docker + Render.com & started developing the frontend 🙂@ThomasStubblefield7+Penguin Pair Game Showcase 😄@ThomasStubblefield7+More reading of Swift docs, so a Tuple in Swift is like a combination of an array and an object. You can list various items and index those items (through nameOfVariable.n where n is the index) and you can optionally give their properties a label (making them more like an object or dictionary).
let myDog = ("Bodhi", true)
let myDog = (name: "Bodhi", isHappyDog: true)
@ThomasStubblefield7+Today I competed in an FBLA state competition for mobile app development. Our judge was really kind and asked some great questions.
I also made 30min of progress in the Swift course. MVVM is getting to be a bit confusing, but with enough practice, I'll figure it out. I've attached the basic model and view model setup so far (keep in mind it is incomplete)
@ThomasStubblefield7+My friend Dieter created a 3D model scan of me, found a free scene online, rigged my character, and made this cool dance video, a really neat proof of concept.
I also progressed 30min into the Swift course and began implementing MVVM into the sample project@ThomasStubblefield7+Continued progress on the Swift Course, now we have multiple card games (flags, vehicles, & creatures) 😄
@ThomasStubblefield7+I tackled another section of the material (cs193p.stanford.edu) and it turns out there’s a more efficient way to create the grid than what I initially thought. I discovered the LazyVGrid technique that loads only the content appearing on the screen and handles the number of rows based on the columns you provide.
@ThomasStubblefield7+Yesterday I started exploring SwiftUI and I noticed some similarities to React Native. I am using a free course and I’m really enjoying it. The professor’s teaching style just clicks with me.
Here’s the link to the course: cs193p.sites.stanford.edu
Today I went a bit off the course and tried to build w/o guidance, and it went pretty well! Stack Overflow & Swift Docs were soooo helpful
@toby0hey everyone!! for the past few hours, i've been learning swiftui! after following a tutorial, here's what i've made!
@TheScientist1010Day 3 of #hardware-party :
Today, I didn’t get as much done as I wanted to. I tried to make an app, but I was having difficulty working with bluetooth in Xcode, so I decided to that I will try to switch to Flutter tomorrow. I don’t have any photos of the project today so here’s Android Studio, so hopefully tomorrow goes better.
@christina6950Starting creating my first app in Swift! Really fun to learn and starting was easier than I imagined. I don’t have an image so here is a photo I took today of kids sledding in the town next to mine
@ian1working on a bank transparency app 👀 :swift::swiftui::bank-hackclub:@reesericci2the ios app is coming along. (swift is actually pretty nice @tetraoxygen) i got it to scan the codes but the JWT verification isn't working yet :(
i also wish i had screenshots of the real app instead of xcode but oh well
@<vedha>0Kode with Klossy Week 1: I had so much fun meeting the scholars! Learned about variables, arrays and objects in Swift and explored XCode!
@audreyolafz0Forgot to post but so honored to be a WWDC22 Swift Student Challenge winner :)
@jessicard0got my first x86 assembly program compiling after some xcode drama! woohoo!
x86 assembly language is just a particular assembly language that works with some types of processors.
there’s 2 different syntaxes for x86 assembly, intel and at&t. i’m starting with the intel syntax.
i followed a guide to compiling a simple “hello world” program, so i’m not sure how this code is working yet (it looks so much different than the risc-v i was doing before). today i’m dissecting how it all works. it’s wild to me that two different assembly languages can feel so different!
@jessicard0while I wait for xcode to do an install, I will share a fun fact @carrot taught me about logic gates recently :and:
you only need the NAND gate (AND gate followed by NOT) to do every single possible logic operation ever. that means that every possible logic circuit can be made to use only NAND! in fact, a physical NAND transistor takes up less area than an AND transistor. to make an AND, you’d actually make a NAND and then invert the output.
@jonah0finished a pretty big chunk of the ‘learn to code 1’ Swift Playgrounds instructional material. Definitely the longest time I’ve dedicated to code, ever. this is a big accomplishment for me :swift:
@caleb1interesting stuff that happened today:
• I randomly got Xcode 13 (and it has Vim mode)
• gadzooks.me now uses Next.js ~🤮~
• I won a :pop-os: coaster(???)
@RebeccaWang0Day 3 of KWK: ~switched to swiftui instead of storyboard bc taking 10 minutes of outlets/actions for a single button kills me~
@kayley0KWK Day 2: Learned the hard way that spaces matter in Swift, played around with loops and arrays, and connected my repl to a GitHub repository.@kayley0KWK Day 1: Met a lot of new people and started learning Swift (which is a lot more like Python than I expected) — my friends told me to vlog the entire thing so here’s a timelapse from tonight!@lachlanjc0Coffee with Novall Swift was fabbb ☕️ such a fun person
@tejasbhartiya0Started learning Swift UI. Only downside is my computer is too slow and so the preview never loads
@belle1went through part of the swift ui tutorials today :))
@aaryan0Why did I get 150 Mbps plan this month?
@aaryan0Okay wow, Swift is fun!
Kinda don't like how slow my workflow is right now and oof my mac can't handle xcode, I have to read docs and watch tutorial on my phone and code on my mac.
@aaryan0Getting started with App Development using Swift 🍎
@matt0Made this cool little frameworks app in pure SwiftUI as part of my iOS course!@matt0Got the core logic of my Nuke desktop app working! Just need to design a logo, add sparkle for auto-updates, and refactor the very basic UI to SwiftUI@linus0I SUBMITTED TECH SUPPORT TO THE APP STORE!!!@linus0I got printing working with my Tech Support app!
@linus0Woah this is cool, it's super easy to make a a simple text editor in iOS, it has bolding and and underlining and italics and has support for images!@matt0Started design and legal work on my newest and possibly biggest project, House Cat! House Cat is a 100% native GitHub client written in swiftUI. I use GitHub all the time and using an app instead of the website would be a huge productivity boost for me. Below is the logo I made in Figma!
@linus0Today I had fun with all the instruments Xcode provides
@linus0Currently waiting for Heroku to build my swift app ⏳ :boredparrot:
@linus0Well I was going through some old cruft on one of my drive and I found this, the last project I did out of Apple's Swift course, which means that I've been doing swift for over a year now! :swift::yay::boomer:
@linus0I’m working on Rudolph more, it’s fun to build a server in :swift: with :vapor:
@linus0I'm deploying my swift app to Heroku, which was cool (first time I used Heroku, cool)! Special thanks to @sarthak for doing quite a bit of it (like all it) 👁️