• Kyoto 🍁 5A29DCAB-F9A3-4597-9EA3-A3720EC5C4C2.jpg C31A9E80-1387-4D7B-BC41-22CDA699503A.jpg 26180019-EF07-44C1-BC1C-21A631D2A2C1.jpg


  • I missed this place. Tokyo. E45DEA7D-7690-4530-A739-9FCA9A5BE5BE.jpg 7380BA68-54CE-4A4D-8213-A9D8808A3D34.jpg B980D5E7-DE52-4E56-9C39-75D7D9D91BFE.jpg


  • Lisbon B164FD21-9F41-448D-AFA8-5B6278E6ADF0.jpg 7F136DF9-E10D-4654-8589-908E94C24CD9.jpg 9D54AFAD-DAEE-43DD-A2EE-A74D197233AA.jpg


  • Icro 2.1 is now live on both App stores: Mac iOS

  • Double review! Finally managed to submit Icro for Mac as well. 10C95D39-F204-4404-A6FC-4CEE4C2D7106.jpg


  • Icro 2.1 with basic support for push notifications is now waiting for review!


  • Tate Modern - Olafur Eliasson: In Real Life BA25C59C-A949-4B6C-A981-72ABD8C410E5.jpg D8D53819-D7F9-4497-8932-634FFB7F183C.jpg


  • It seems like the experimental push support for Icro is working! I might be able to ship it with a few smaller adjustments. 4C5A3F17-B83C-4AF4-9D3F-C626058822B4.jpg


  • Now with Catalina out, here is what I call Beta 1 of Icro for Mac: Download. It’s very far from perfect or bug free, but I believe it’s usable.


  • I hear more people having issues with their Watch Series 5 battery live: After 3-4 days in use, the battery is totally on par with my series 4. The first few days were bad though, no idea why.


  • Icro 2.0 is finally waiting for review. Let‘s see when Catalina is released to finish the macOS version.


  • Finally, the latest macOS Catalina Beta and Xcode 11 GM support SwiftUI in Catalyst Apps again. I can continue with Icro on the Mac 🙌


  • I submitted the internal Icro frameworks to the Swift Source Compatibility Suite. Because of this I already merged the Xcode11 changes to master and finally removed CocoaPods.


  • Icro for macCatalyst update: It starts to look like a macOS App. The sidebar will come to the iPad version, too. It’s just nicer to use then the bottom bar.

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  • “Code that isn’t integrated into your team’s mainline branch should be considered a liability at best, and dead at worst.” Continuous Integration