This is a great post about Model controllers. Upon reading it I realize that I’ve done this for many years, to try and keep things encapsulated.
I’ve been slowly rewriting my Birthdays app in Swift, for no real reason except to see how little code I could write now to reproduce when I wrote 9 years ago in Objective C.
I had been putting a lot of logic in the “Person” class I made. Looking at my old code I had a Person class, and a PeopleController. Not sure why I made that distinction. 🙂
Birthdays: View on App Store
Today I received a $150 check from the settlement of this class action lawsuit:
As much as I am not a fan of class action lawsuits, two companies that colluded to not poach each others employees seems wrong, it doesn’t allow for people to move freely between companies based upon their skills and future challenges.
This FAQ link is interesting:
http://www.agtechemploymentsettlement.com/frequently-asked-questions.aspx#a6. – talking about the different settlements amounts, and the numbers of people in them.
A great review on some new additions to XCTest in Xcode 8.3 by