The Power Of Optional Chaining In Swift
tl;dr: Optional chaining is used to manipulate an optional in a few ways, including "setting and retrieving the value of a property of the wrapped instance, setting and retrieving a value from a subscript on the wrapped instance, and calling a method on the wrapped instance." Khawer dives into how it works.
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Building The NPR MacOS App, Part 1
tl;dr: 2-part series where Connor guides us on how to build a menubar macOS app that streams NPR stations.
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