angelo on write.as

Building Swift things against the Write.as API

Thanks to the [Swift Package Index][spi], getting the WriteFreely Swift package into an Xcode Playground is a button-click away!

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Here's some news on the WriteFreely front! Starting next week, I'll be holding “office hours” for anyone that's interested in finding out more about the Swift projects I maintain, and how to contribute.

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A patch update is now available for WriteFreely, with some bugfixes and performance improvements.

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If you're not distributing a Mac app via the Mac App Store, you need to rely on an alternate ways to push updates out to your users. The best-known option is [the Sparkle project][sparkle] — chances are, if you got a Mac app direct from a software publisher, it's using Sparkle to let you know there's a new version available, and to download and install the update.

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A patch update is now available for WriteFreely, with some bugfixes and performance improvements.

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A new patch update for WriteFreely is [available on the App Store][1] today.

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(Or, A Journey Into UIViewRepresentable)

The heart of any writing app, as you might imagine, is the area where you, y’know, write.

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One week ago, I announced the first public beta of the WriteFreely iOS app. Thanks so much for all of your feedback! Since then, I’ve been busy collecting your bug reports and feature requests, and I’m happy to announce that a new build is now available on TestFlight. Let’s dig in to what’s new!

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I’m very happy to announce that the public beta for WriteFreely for iOS is now open! We’ve been hard at work building this app over the summer, and I’m excited to ship this sneak peek to you all and get your feedback.

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Last week, I spent some time solving an odd bug with the WriteFreely client's iOS app.

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