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jspahrsummers / GHRunLoopWatchdog.h
Created Jan 28, 2015
A class for logging excessive blocking on the main thread
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/// Observes a run loop to detect any stalling or blocking that occurs.
///
/// This class is thread-safe.
@interface GHRunLoopWatchdog : NSObject
/// Initializes the receiver to watch the specified run loop, using a default
/// stalling threshold.
- (id)initWithRunLoop:(CFRunLoopRef)runLoop;
/// Initializes the receiver to detect when the specified run loop blocks for
@andymatuschak
andymatuschak / MultiDirectionAdjudicatingScrollView.swift
Created Jan 26, 2015
Source for the Khan Academy app's unusual scrolling interactions
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//
// MultiDirectionAdjudicatingScrollView.swift
// Khan Academy
//
// Created by Andy Matuschak on 12/16/14.
// Copyright (c) 2014 Khan Academy. All rights reserved.
//
import UIKit
import UIKit.UIGestureRecognizerSubclass
@Tricertops
Tricertops / VDM Architecture.md
Last active Aug 30, 2019
How we used MVVM architecture and a reactive framework to build our latest iOS app, from theory to actual code examples.
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View → Design → Model

iOS applications are usually built with MVC (Model – View – Controller) architecture, which introduces very important concept of separating actual data (Model Layer) and their presentation (View Layer), while the application logic (Controller Layer) stands between them.

View ← Controller → Model

With MVC you typically write most of the code in UIViewController, which usually represents the Controller Layer. View Layer can be easily done in Interface Builder and Model Layer usually doesn’t need a lot of code. The UIViewControleler then holds strong references to both View and Model objects and is responsible for setting them up, handling actions and listening to events.

The problem is, that this middle layer tends to hold too much code and this situation is then jokingly called Massive View Controller. When a single class sets up views, formats data values, handles user input and actions, listens for a bunch of notif

@austinzheng
austinzheng / main.swift
Last active Mar 7, 2016
Anonymous class experiment in Swift
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import Foundation
protocol SomeDelegateProtocol : class {
func firstFunc() -> String
func secondFunc() -> Bool
func thirdFunc() -> Self
}
class MyClass {
weak var delegate : SomeDelegateProtocol?
@staltz
staltz / introrx.md
Last active Nov 23, 2020
The introduction to Reactive Programming you've been missing
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View NSManagedObjectContext+DebugSwizzling.h
#if DEBUG
/**
Toggles assertion of Core Data managed object contexts. Only available when DEBUG is defined.
When enabled, your application will throw an exception when accessing or modifying entities in a context other than their own.
*/
void TCBToggleAssertingContextQueues();
#endif
@depth42
depth42 / gist:6886194
Last active Dec 25, 2015
The xib compiler in Xcode 5.0.1 always sets the scaling bit of all NSViews which results in dramatically reduced performance. Until Apple fixes this severe bug, we work around this by patching NSKeyedUnarchiver to clear the bit during decoding of the compiled xib files. By the way: We filed this bug three months ago under rdar://14359398.
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@interface NSKeyedUnarchiver (Xcode5Fix)
@end
@implementation NSKeyedUnarchiver (Xcode5Fix)
+ (void)load
{
[self exchangeInstanceMethod:@selector(decodeInt32ForKey:)
withMethod:@selector(xcode5Fix_decodeInt32ForKey:)];
}
@swizzlr
swizzlr / blockdeclsyntax.md
Created Aug 19, 2013
Block Declaration Syntax List, originally by [pcperini](http://stackoverflow.com/a/9201774/929581), parsed to markdown for printing with your favourite CSS (I recommend @ttscoff's Marked)
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List of Block Declaration Syntaxes

Throughout, let

  • return_type be the type of object/primitive/etc. you'd like to return (commonly void)
  • blockName be the variable name of the block you're creating
  • var_type be the type object/primitive/etc. you'd like to pass as an argument (leave blank for no parameters)
  • varName be the variable name of the given parameter And remember that you can create as many parameters as you'd like.

Blocks as Variables

Possibly the most common for of declaration.

@JaviSoto
JaviSoto / gist:5906004
Last active Sep 26, 2019
Mark designated initializer at compile time
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#define MSDesignatedInitializer(__SEL__) __attribute__((unavailable("Invoke the designated initializer `" # __SEL__ "` instead.")))
// Sample usage:
- (instancetype)initWithObject:(id)object;
- (instancetype)init MSDesignatedInitializer(initWithObject:); // <- This even gets auto-complete.
// Now calling init on this class would throw a warning.
View NS_REQUIRES_SUPER.h
// Defines a yet undocumented method to add a warning if super isn't called.
#ifndef NS_REQUIRES_SUPER
#if __has_attribute(objc_requires_super)
#define NS_REQUIRES_SUPER __attribute((objc_requires_super))
#else
#define NS_REQUIRES_SUPER
#endif
#endif
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