- Erica Sadun (website)
- try! Swift World
- Swift Argument Parser
- yonaskolb/Mint (GitHub) - THE WAY to install Swift Package Tools
- Erica's Command Line Tools
- Leo's Command Line Tools
- HomeBrew Stuff (for Swift Packages - See Mint)
- docopt - Command-line interface description language
- JohnSundell/Publish (GitHub) - A static site generator for Swift developers
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- Bringing Swifty-ness to the Command Line Parser
- Works well with Xcode
- How to Install Swift Package Tools
Graphics Support in Xcode
- Why isn't SVG supported?
- UIImage with SVG?
- Does Android support SVG?
- Bézier curve support
Being a Mac User in 2020
- Catalina Support
- Subscription Services
- Adobe vs Apple
- Native UI and UX on the Mac
- Writing Books for Publishers
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Music from https://filmmusic.io
"Blippy Trance" by Kevin MacLeod (https://incompetech.com)
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