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I've been a plex pass member for a long-ish time, and to me it's been all the money worth. Wether or not it's worth it for you, is up to you to decide, but I'm going to outline why it's worth it to me.
Need to access EnvironmentObjects in UIDocumentPicker or any other UIKit view? Read more to know how I did it.
It's no secret that I am a huge fan of Elgato. Their Thunderbolt Dock Pro and H60S+ are products I use near-daily, and the stream deck mobile app is something I try to work into everything, where possible!
Wanting to rant about difficulty of ripping DRM from iTunes, Plex announced something good.
You may have heard about the #AppleEcosystem and wonder what it is.
Do you have books behind locks, and want to free them? In this post I'll go through how I remove DRM from my books
Want to browse an ad-free web, but still want to keep websites alive?
It's not secret that I'm against DRM. Yet I somehow manage to often find myself on platforms with user hostile DRM, BookWalker is one such platform.
New Strem Deck update for iOS allows for Siri Shortcuts integration, here's how to use it.
Ripping discs for use with Plex is easy and fast. Click here to know more!
If you've coded Swift for a short while, you may have experienced closures. Here's a short explanation of the concept.
DRM, short for Digital Rights Management, is a broad term for technical mechanisms to limit how customers can use media or devices they have paid for.
WWDC is closing in, and the lottery will open soon enough, but before then, I'd like to publish my wishes.
Siblings are not difficult to work with in Fluent 4, so here's a short how-to.
If you know about enums, you probably also get why they're handy and why I thought about using them for my User model, but but this was too difficult to implement in Fluent 4.
Plot + Vapor = <3
An all new Siri experience is coming in iOS 13
In the period since I got my iPhone, last November, until circa a month or so, I almost exclusively shot photos with the iPhone
WWDC is Apple’s annual developer conference. Worldwide audiences tune in for the opening year to see what the next year holds for them in terms of new features. In this post, I’ll detail what has me most excited and a little disappointed.
WWDC is Apples annual conference for developers, with an opening keynote that have enthusiasts world over excited to see what Apple brings to the table the next year. Following is what has me excited the most so far
How to use iOS and its apps to secure your privacy and safety online
Your privacy is at risk, and major companies make promises that seem to address this. But do they really?
Since I've got an iPhone back in November, I've experienced various issues with my podcatcher of choice, PocketCasts.
We recently launched this blog, with Bastian's WWDC Wish, and some impressive page visits. We, Wesley and I, want full transparency between you, the reader, and us, so here's a small post on some decisions from the beginning.
In this three part series we will be looking at how privacy is handled in 2019. Part one is an overview of google and facebook, and how they affect privacy.
Apple finally gives users the option of adding Apple Pay as a payment method in iTunes and the App Store.
Dark mode is coming, but what does that mean for users?
Currently HomeKit automation is totally isolated from Siri shortcuts. Hoping Apple changes this, this summer!