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HassanElDesouky / ContributionStarterGuide.md
Last active Mar 24, 2020
Swift compiler contribution starter guide
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Contribution Starter Guide

Introduction

This guide aims to help you start your first PR on Swift! The guide contains links for blogs and talks that are ralated on how to start contribution to Swift.

Compiler Pipeline

It's very important that we understand the general pipeline of the compiler. This is useful to understand where new changes or where to fix things should go. In each section, I'll show you an example of what the process is doing, and at the end of each section I'll give you an error that happens in that stage.

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tclementdev / libdispatch-efficiency-tips.md
Last active Sep 21, 2022
Making efficient use of the libdispatch (GCD)
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libdispatch efficiency tips

The libdispatch is one of the most misused API due to the way it was presented to us when it was introduced and for many years after that, and due to the confusing documentation and API. This page is a compilation of important things to know if you're going to use this library. Many references are available at the end of this document pointing to comments from Apple's very own libdispatch maintainer (Pierre Habouzit).

My take-aways are:

  • You should create very few, long-lived, well-defined queues. These queues should be seen as execution contexts in your program (gui, background work, ...) that benefit from executing in parallel. An important thing to note is that if these queues are all active at once, you will get as many threads running. In most apps, you probably do not need to create more than 3 or 4 queues.

  • Go serial first, and as you find performance bottle necks, measure why, and if concurrency helps, apply with care, always validating under system pressure. Reuse

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NeilsUltimateLab / Understanding UIViewController Rotation when embed in Container View Controllers.md
Last active Sep 22, 2022
Understanding UIViewController rotation when embed in Container View Controllers.
View Understanding UIViewController Rotation when embed in Container View Controllers.md

Understanding UIViewController Rotation

Problem

To enable the rotation of a single view controller used to display the preview of Images/Videos. It is intuitive to allow user to rotate there device and screen changes accordingly, so it feels pleasant. But to achieve this, we need to enable the (almost) all Supported Device orientations.

Ex: `Portrait`, `LandscapeLeft`, `LandscapeRight`.
View ValueSubtypeManifesto.md

Value Subtypes and Generalized Enums, a manifesto

The goal of this document is to provide a comprehensive view of what value subtyping might look like in Swift and demonstrate how generalized enums play a significant role in this future.

Note: All syntax used in this document that is not currently valid Swift syntax is only intended to serve the purpose of demonstrating ideas and to serve as a point of reference for future proposals. The intent is not to propose that this exact syntax be used.

Acknowledgement: some of the ideas in this document have been inspired by Niko Matsakis' blog post exploring similar ideas in the context of Rust: http://smallcultfollowing.com/babysteps/blog/2015/08/20/virtual-structs-part-3-bringing-enums-and-structs-together/

Definition

View where-where.swift
import Cocoa
// for-in
func checkForIn(array: [Int], dict: [Int: String]) {
for num in array where dict[num] != nil {
num
}
}
checkForIn([1,2,3,4], dict: [1:"one", 2:"two"])