Episode 113: Unusually Dedicated To My Craft

Daniel and Manton discuss Twitter’s new custom timelines, Manton buys a share from the flock, and Daniel describes his Auto Layout frustration/fulfillment.

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  • Custom Timelines – Twitter announcement of the new feature for Tweetdeck and select developers.
  • Tweet Library – Manton’s iPad Twitter client which offers features akin to custom timelines.
  • Storify – Third-party service also offering custom timelines style features.
  • Tweetdeck – Twitter’s own mega-featured Twitter client.
  • Wolf Rentzsch – Core Intuition’s first guest.
  • Craig Hockenberry – Core Intuition’s second and thus far last guest.
  • Changes Coming to Twitter API – Original announcement from Twitter about the 1.1 API and “quadrants.”
  • Sunlit – Manton’s forthcoming photo-sharing app.
  • Auto Layout Guide – Apple’s introductory documentation to Auto Layout.
  • Carbon’s HIView Programming Guide (PDF) – HILayoutInfo was what Manton was thinking of, but it’s not Auto Layout.
  • Cassowary – The University of Washington “constraint-solving toolkit” upon which Auto Layout is at least partly based.
  • F-Script – Open source scripting language that offers utility for injecting into running apps and inspecting e.g. view hierarchies.

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November 13, 2013 at 8:01 am.