Binge Watching Handmade Hero

For the last several weeks I’ve been obsessed with one TV show. It’s changed my viewing habits, my buying habits, and my computing habits. Technically it’s not even a “TV show” (if your definition of that term doesn’t include content created by non-professionals that is only available for free over the Internet). But for me, […]

Fun with Core Graphics and Swift Part 2

Hey, you have 10 minuets, don’t you? Then you can add pinch and rotate gestures to our fake-genigraphics app. I didn’t realize it would be this easy. But sometimes Apple’s developer tools engineering team does something amazing–and gesture recognizers are super amazing. A good way to start is to read the UIGestureRecognizer Tutorial on Ray […]

Nothing Changes More Swiftly than Apple’s Swift Syntax

I’m enjoying the Stanford University class CS193P: Developing iOS 8 Applications with Swift. It’s free on iTunes U and the instructor Paul Hegarty knows his stuff. He’s a great explainer. I like how first he writes some code in a naive way and then fools around with it, getting it to work and then reworking […]

Grunt unable to locate JSDoc (wrong installation/environment)

Recently I set up Himins (a server-side node project) to properly build using Grunt. I got every tool working awesomely in my gruntfile.js except for JSDoc! Grunt give me this clue:

I had previously installed JSDoc with NPM globally and tested it on the command line. Googling around didn’t turn up much at first. […]