I’ve written before about my use of SQLite and the GRDB framework in my new app ExerPlan. After spending more time coding and getting to grips with the approach I detailed here, I’ve made the decision to alter the approach again. While GRDB is an excellent framework, it’s not part of the Swift standard library… Continue reading Decoupling Code
In my previous post I explained why I chose to use SQLite and GRDB for my app ExerPlan, and in this post I’m going to share implementation details with some Swift code. I wanted to use Structs to map to database tables. This way I could do things like: I also wanted to be able… Continue reading Swifty SQL With GRDB
Integrating SQLite and Swift with the excellent GRDB.
How an iPad Pro has transformed my workflow.
ExerPlan is the working title of a new app I’m working on, designed as a general exercise planner. In the past I used Excel to plan my running training. More recently I’ve started doing more types of exercise, such as strength training, yoga, and lots of walking. I wanted an app to record and monitor… Continue reading ExerPlan – Exercise Planning App
I’ve been learning how to code using Swift 3. As Swift 3 is still so new, a lot of the help on the Tinterweb is for Swift 2. When you try to get help with the Cocoa and Interface Builder stuff things can get a little tricky. What the net says works perfectly in Swift… Continue reading UIPickerView and Swift 3