Connecting with C++

Connecting to a local server, using C++ Previously … We connected to our local JSON server using a console app, writen in Swift: Making a connection using Swift In this article, we are going to do the same thing, this time using C++. Libraries Swift comes with a large library of functionality, including classes to …

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Android Studio weirdness

Or I should write, macOS and Android Studio not playing well with each other. I updated my installation of Android Studio to 3.4 and something unexpected happened almost every time I brought up the “Find action” menu (Command+Shift+A) where Terminal.app would pop up immediately after the “Find action” menu popped up. Turns out, this was …

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USB Overdrive to the rescue

Earlier this year, I took the plunge and bought myself a WASD Code Keyboard, with Cherry MX Green buttons and 0.2mm sound dampeners… it’s oh soooo nice! (http://www.wasdkeyboards.com/index.php/products/code-keyboard/code-104-key-mechanical-keyboard-mx-green.html This keyboard was paired up to my 2017 MacBook Pro; I type a lot for a living and and mechanical keyboards work well for what I do. …

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