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steipete / UIWindow+PSPDFAdditions.h
Last active June 5, 2024 20:09
Mac Catalyst: Get the NSWindow from a UIWindow (Updated for macOS 11 Big Sur, also works with Catalina)
// Don't forget to prefix your category!
#import <UIKit/UIKit.h>
NS_ASSUME_NONNULL_BEGIN
@interface UIWindow (PSPDFAdditions)
#if TARGET_OS_UIKITFORMAC
@fabiogiolito
fabiogiolito / FacebookReactions.swift
Last active August 11, 2022 15:25
Recreating Facebook Reactions with SwiftUI. Demo Video: https://twitter.com/fabiogiolito/status/1142226669471748096
//
// FacebookReactions.swift
//
// Created by Fabio Giolito on 10/06/2019.
// Follow me: https://twitter.com/fabiogiolito
//
import SwiftUI
struct FacebookReactions : View {
@ohayon
ohayon / DraggableView.swift
Last active April 5, 2023 16:24
Example of making a reusable `draggable()` modifier for SwiftUI Views
struct DraggablePita: View {
var body: some View {
Image(uiImage: UIImage(named: "pita.png")!)
.draggable() // Add the new, custom modifier to make this draggable
}
}
// Handle dragging
struct DraggableView: ViewModifier {
@State var offset = CGPoint(x: 0, y: 0)
@nicklockwood
nicklockwood / Withable.swift
Created January 28, 2019 12:06
Withable.swift
/// Withable is a simple protocol to make constructing
/// and modifying objects with multiple properties
/// more pleasant (functional, chainable, point-free)
public protocol Withable {
init()
}
public extension Withable {
/// Construct a new instance, setting an arbitrary subset of properties
init(with config: (inout Self) -> Void) {
@ha1f
ha1f / CIFilter+Extension.swift
Last active February 20, 2024 08:14
CIFilter+Extension.swift
//
// Created by はるふ on 2017/12/11.
// Copyright © 2017年 ha1f. All rights reserved.
//
import Foundation
import CoreImage
import AVFoundation
extension CIFilter {
@nickkraakman
nickkraakman / ffmpeg-cheatsheet.md
Last active April 23, 2024 20:53
FFmpeg cheat sheet for 360 video

FFmpeg Cheat Sheet for 360º video

Brought to you by Headjack

 
FFmpeg is one of the most powerful tools for video transcoding and manipulation, but it's fairly complex and confusing to use. That's why I decided to create this cheat sheet which shows some of the most often used commands.

 
Let's start with some basics:

  • ffmpeg calls the FFmpeg application in the command line window, could also be the full path to the FFmpeg binary or .exe file
@hassy
hassy / parse_aws.md
Last active January 17, 2024 04:11
Deploying Parse Server on AWS (WIP)

Deploying Parse Server on AWS

Note: this is a work-in-progress and will be updated with more information over the next few days.

Intro

This guide will walk you through deploying your own instance of the open-source Parse Server. This would be a good starting point for testing your existing application to see if the functionality provided by the server is enough for your application, and to potentially plan your migration off the Parse Platform.

This guide will walk you through using Elastic Beanstalk (EB), which is an AWS service similar to Heroku. Why use EB rather than Heroku? Elastic Beanstalk does not lock you into Heroku-specific ways of doing things, is likely cheaper to run your backend on than Heroku, and it integrates with other services that AWS offer (and they offer almost everything one needs to run an application these days).

<!doctype html>
<!-- http://taylor.fausak.me/2015/01/27/ios-8-web-apps/ -->
<html>
<head>
<title>iOS 8 web app</title>
<!-- CONFIGURATION -->