Introducing d3-shape — Medium

Regardless of the approach you chose, to implement your tool, you’ll need to actually draw something to the screen. And that means generating geometric shapes that represent data. Source: Introducing d3-shape — Medium

kean/Nuke

Advanced Swift framework for loading, processing, caching, displaying and preheating images. Source: kean/Nuke

Maker’s Schedule, Manager’s Schedule

There are two types of schedule, which I’ll call the manager’s schedule and the maker’s schedule. The manager’s schedule is for bosses. It’s embodied in the traditional appointment book, with each day cut into one hour intervals. You can block off several hours for a single task if you need to, but by default you … [Read more…]

The Next Feature Fallacy: The fallacy that the next new feature will suddenly make people use your product at andrewchen

A few weeks ago, I read this tweet, and found myself nodding my head in vigorous agreement. The Next Feature Fallacy: the fallacy that the next feature you add will suddenly make people want to use the entire product. — Joshua Porter (@bokardo) May 14, 2015 For people who love to build product, when something’s … [Read more…]

JiriTrecak/Laurine

The great thing is that by removing magical strings from your code, compiler can actually tell you that you forgot to make changes (and where), if your localization file changes. It also introduces type checking for strings that contain runtime parameters (%@, %d etc.). Source: JiriTrecak/Laurine