Me neither mate, am not even good at finding information some times… I tend to end up reading a lot more .h files now than ever and even in those cases, they’re often incomplete or don’t explain what this key, method, property does. What’s even worse if having to read “private” API to figure out the values from a public function… I guess I should be grateful that Apple even makes private API .h files available for security researchers (not regular developers).
AFAIK, swift doesn’t use .h files, so I guess that’ll be going away one day too.
The colors have not been quite right for some time now, I had to probe the view hierarchy quite a bit when I wanted App Wrapper to be more consistent with the OS and couldn’t find these things in the documentation. I went in further while I was putting together the App Kit, and Aqua Swatch really helps (it does more than just colors, it does materials, icons and system fonts).
Good job, I’ve yet to get to my chores today. I’ve been a bit relaxed as it’s been ~35˙c for the last few days.
Trouble is with a lot of documentation and especially 3rd Party documentation, is what works on one version, may not work on anything newer
This irritates me to no end, as someone who wants to build an app that at least looks like it was created with love and care.