I am an avid fan and user of GitHub Actions. Actions are individual tasks that you can combine to create jobs and customize your CI/CD workflow.
You can write your own actions to use in your workflow and share those actions with the GitHub community.
But you can use Swift to build large portions of your GitHub action. Here is a proposal on how to do it:
A good example is the swift-create-xcframework GitHub Action.
In its action.yml file you see…
I work on various software projects written in Swift and I frequently find myself in a situation where I have to create diagrams based on the premise of existing source code, either for documentation purposes or to explain the system design concept.
UML as a general-purpose, modeling language is easy to understand and represents a standard way to visualize the design of a system. Graphical modeling tools, e.g. Visio or StarUML, are very flexible but I often find myself struggling to quickly draw the components relationship or other layout aspects.
If you develop a Swift package then most likely you have declared one or more dependencies in your
The Swift Package Manager performs a process called dependency resolution to figure out the exact version of the package dependencies that can be used in your package. The results of the dependency resolution are recorded in the
Package.resolvedfile which will be placed in the top-level drectory of your package
If you have version-based requirements and your
Package.resolved is under source control management then you might face the challenge to catch up with new versions and update the file.
If you are a fan of conventional commits and want to semi-automate your release process then this recipe might help to get you started.
My goals were
By using the
workflow_dispatch trigger event it is possible to start a workflow from GitHub directly.
Dear friends and scuba diving newbies, I wrote this text message to my scuba diving instructor before the third open water dive on the last weekend of my PADI Open Water Diver Certificate.
Hi Melissa, it’s Marco from your today’s dive students. It’s not an easy decision but I decided not to dive today.
After yesterday’s panic attack under water at the end of the second dive I don’t feel confident to dive into the ocean today. This panic attack and the feeling of vertigo showed my current limits and my distrust in some of my skills.
I am struggling…
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