The other day I got my regular summary from GoHugo a discourse site where I am a member. This lead me to an interesting blog, which then lead me to an article on how to add custom info boxes to your site if it is not provided by your theme.[Read More]
Swift: Deconstruct SPF
Learning Swift: Documenting a Package
I have been working on this project on and off for a bit now. So I thought it was time to go over how we might be able to not only internally document our code, but also to document it at the package level.[Read More]
Swift: Deconstruct SPF: asMechanism with Qualifier
Swift: Deconstruct SPF - Qualifier and MechanismKind
Learning Swift: Enum
In this article I will be looking at defining the enums for
MechanismKind. I will also be adding tests to ensure that the functions work as expected. Further I will implement a simple
asMechanism() as a proof of concept.
Swift: Deconstruct SPF: Strings and SubStrings
Learning Swift: Passing substrings to functions
I have been working on my SPF project in Swift of late. As part of this I have started to deal with substrings. “A slice of a string” according to Apple Documentation. In dealing with this, I have found myself quite often converting substrings back to normal strings. Today we will look at how we can pass substrings directly by making our functions generic.[Read More]
Swift: Deconstruct SPF - Struct Mechanism
Today, I will start on building out the functionality of the
This will involve creating some tests, and basic functions.
Rust: Domain Name Validation
Recently, as I work my way through learning bits of rust, I have been thinking that I should in corporate some form of input validation for domains.
Today I will look at two crates.[Read More]
Swift: Deconstruct SPF an Outline and Background
Swift: Deconstruct SPF Getting Started
Learning Swift by trying to make a simple project
Rust: Move from binary to library and Add Documentation Examples that are tested.
In the previous article in this series I went through some basics of documenting your rust code. I had hoped to be able to take advantage of another nice feature of rust. That being the fact that code examples are actually tested by rust. I will go through the changes I had to make for this to work.[Read More]