With Xcode 13 and later, notarization via command-line has come down to these 2 basically:
Although many things in SwiftUI are idiomatic and straightforward, showing your view in a new window needs a bit of coding to do. Hence, this short post.
Submitting your app to the Apple App Store is somewhat “straightforward”, however, if you want to export your app to list it on a 3rd party app store or sell it directly to your customers then you have to notarize your app.
Broadband speed at home is more vital than ever as most of us are working from home and if your workstation is away from the router then unfortunately you may not be getting the full speed that you paid your ISP for. Ergo, in this post, we would see 3 different ways to improve that and which one is the best.
I wrote a post in the past describing my crypto mining plus gaming pc and after around 2-3 years of using it, I decided to add more GPUs to it and totally dedicate it to mining crypto. Ergo, I needed a new PC for my gaming and other day-to-day tasks apart from app development. App development I do only on my mac. In this post, I would be describing all the components I used in my PC and why I chose them over others.
If you’re using a CPU that doesn’t have an integrated graphics module (like AMD Ryzen 7 5800X that I am using), you have to install an external GPU in order to get your output on a monitor/screen. Ergo, I had to use one of my old NVIDIA GTX 1080 graphics card in my PC.
In this blog post, we are going to see how to control the fan speed/RPM of Antec Prism ARGB 120mm fans on a MSI X570 Tomahawk Motherboard. Having said that, the process should be similar for other fans and motherboards.
There are many ways you can make your crypto savings work for you but I am going to list down two of the most well-known ones that I personally use most frequently.