Day 31 of #100DaysOfSwiftUI: challenge day adding 3 little features to yesterday's app.
- Add a button to reset the game
- Refuse words that are either shorter than 3 letters, or the word provided by the game
- Keep score. 1 point for each word, 2 extra points for words 6 letters or longer, 1 extra point for 4 letters or longer.
Fun stuff, but ready to move on to the next project!
What do folks recommend for error monitoring for web applications? I used Sentry on client projects and I like it, but their free plan doesn't have Slack integrations, which I need for my little side project.
I need to support Ruby/Rails, and iOS at first, and I'm looking at Rollbar, Bugsnag, and Honeybadger.
@Tingyi introduced me to Eternal Love / 10 Miles of Peach Blossom and I can't recommend it enough. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eternal_Love_(TV_series) (It's also on Netflix!) #theCinema
Selfie, eye contact
When you need a Zoom background for your work calls, why not use a beautiful photo of a soviet control room? https://designyoutrust.com/2018/01/vintage-beauty-soviet-control-rooms/
@gueorgui Here's mine currently. I modified an old sewing machine table by removing the machine and the manual drive mechanic at the bottom. I added a board below the table surface for keyboard and mouse.
What I specifically like about it is that it has a little trap door underneath the wacom tablet. From here I can enter the belly of the table and have access to all the cables. There is only a single cable going to the table, everything else is inside.
There are some big news in the Ruby/Rails world: first, Ruby 3.0 was just released with some impressive performance improvements, and a static typing system if that's your thing. Second, Basecamp shipped Hotwire (https://hotwire.dev) which is a toolset for enhancing HTML rendered on the server to provide the kind of dynamic responsiveness that we came to expect from frontend apps.
This vindicates my years of laziness around properly learning React and the like 😎
Day 27 of #100DaysOfSwiftUI: used the machine learning data I generated yesterday in a simple app. Tell it when you want to wake up, how much sleep you want to get, and how much coffee you drink, and it will tell you what time you need to sleep, based on the CSV file I fed it yesterday. Pretty neat.
Art × Tech. Running a tiny creative studio in London.
Avatar and header by @Tingyi
Merveilles is a community project aimed at the establishment of new ways of speaking, seeing and organizing information — A culture that seeks augmentation through the arts of engineering and design. A warm welcome to any like-minded people who feel these ideals resonate with them.