Tickmate 1-Bit Journal for iOS Released

My latest app has been released! Tickmate allows you to track any daily occurrences. It is a is a 1-bit journal, meaning each day is either ticked or not. You can track anything from habits you wish to build or break to how often you wash your hair. Tickmate for iOS was inspired by lordi/tickmate for Android.Continue reading “Tickmate 1-Bit Journal for iOS Released”

Character Tracker v1.2 with mod tracking and QR code scanning

My Character Tracker for Skyrim app has been updated to v1.2. This is a very important update to me as it adds tracking for mods and DLC, a feature I’ve been hoping to implement from the start. It’s now not only a character tracker, but a mod tracker too! While the original app was buildContinue reading “Character Tracker v1.2 with mod tracking and QR code scanning”

SwfitUI 2 on iOS 14 Fixes Swipe-to-Delete

A few weeks ago I wrote an article about how I attempted to fix the terrible swipe-to-delete animation in SwiftUI. While my solutions weren’t perfect, they were better than what SwiftUI came with. Well with the releases of iOS 14 and Xcode 12 betas, Apple has fixed swipe-to-delete. It now functions in SwiftUI just likeContinue reading “SwfitUI 2 on iOS 14 Fixes Swipe-to-Delete”

The quest to make SwiftUI swipe-to-delete not look and feel terrible

I don’t know if I’m the only one who feels this way, but I hate the way the swipe-to-delete function looks and feels in SwiftUI. In UIKit, after you swipe a cell, the background animates to fill the rest of the cell with destructive red and the cell collapses. This feels like it’s finishing theContinue reading “The quest to make SwiftUI swipe-to-delete not look and feel terrible”