I'll admit it - when I heard developers wish for Xcode on their iPad or iPhone, I honestly didn't get it. I like to code on my computer and doing it on an iPad just doesn't sound that appealing. But last week, I saw this and immediately wanted it! I guess it's something about the reframing of a playground on the iPad vs all of Xcode that made it click.
I like the idea of using my iPad as a second screen for experimenting with Swift in a playground while coding, especially since I'm now always traveling and don't have an external monitor. Of course, IBM already has a Swift Sandbox on the web, so maybe I'll give that a try while waiting for the native app version :)
Swift Around the Web
- RxBluetoothKit - iOS & OSX Bluetooth library for RxSwift (Blog post here)
- DefaultStringConvertible - A default CustomStringConvertible implementation for Swift types
- OnOffButton - On & Off by Creativedash
- TabDrawer - TabDrawer is a customizable TabBar UI element that allows you to run a block of code upon TabBarItem selection, or display a customizable drawer.
- Cuckoo - First boilerplate-free mocking framework for Swift!
- Jukebox - Player for streaming local and remote audio files. Written in Swift.