Here is an overview of my recent public GitHub changes
iOS Swift Playgrounds
- PlaygroundSupportMock: a mock version of the PlaygroundSupport framework to use during authoring.
- pgbookc: a Playground Book “compiler” that can extract a Contents folder from a host app (used for authoring) and turn it into a .playgroundbook bundle.
- ShapeSearch: a book I am writing that teaches binary search.
Talking to the LiveView (bugfix of WWDC talk)
At WWDC 2016, there was a code-sample published along with a talk about how to “talk to the LiveView” of a Swift Playground on iOS. As more iOS10 betas were released (and Swift was updated), this code-sample became out of date. Here is my fix of TalkingToTheLiveView.
Hack for Western Mass 2015
On June 6-7, 2015, I participated in the Hack For Western MA on a project for Gardening the Community to help them engage their community and supporters. The project was a pair of native apps (iOS and Android) to send alerts related to volunteer opportunities, events, vegetable availability, and requests for supplies. I built the iOS app and set up Parse integration for push notifications.
Hack for Western Mass 2014
On June 6-8, 2014, I helped organize the Hack For Western MA. I participated on a team that took a Hampshire/Franklin labor study and built visualizations of it. The work for that is here:
We used GitHub Pages to deploy it here:
It is ongoing work that the Hampshire/Franklin Regional Employment Board and Career Center will help guide.
In March 2014, I wrote an article for Smashing Magazine, titled Getting Your App Ready For iOS 7′s New Dynamic Interactions. The source code is here:
App-o-Mat: training for cordova and jQueryMobile
In February 2014, I started work on App-o-Mat, which is a tutorial site for jQueryMobile and Cordova. To support that I created a app starter template here:
Cordova file plugin pull request
While working for a client on a Cordova problem in June 2014, I found a bug in the file plugin. I patched that here (only the last commit is mine):
Hack for Western Mass 2013
In June 2013, I participated in the Hack For Western Mass, on a team that built a web-based application to manage a distributed seed library. The code is here:
The site is deployed in Heroku here:
Hello! iOS Development
In 2013, I co-authored a book called Hello! iOS Development. The source code from the book is here: