I find it really frustrating that there’s no built-in Hex colours in Swift. It means I have to convert my usual simple values into RGB. What makes this more annoying is that the UIColor function accepts Float values between 0 and 1, meaning you then have to convert those to some ridiculous floating number. Continue reading “Simple UIColor references in Swift”
If you are getting this error there have been lots of suggested fixes. I have tried loads of them without any luck but a recurring theme throughout many of the posts online was that it could be a plugin. Continue reading “HTTP Error on media upload in WordPress”
Since updating my 2009 iMac 27″ to El Capitan I have had a very ‘glitchy’ experience in Google Chrome. The window flickers a lot and videos and other media don’t play well. This was unacceptable as it’s my main browser and I don’t want to switch. Continue reading “El Capitan and Google Chrome”
I just discovered that some genius has uploaded this rather cool background for the Apple Watch so that you can live out that Fallout fantasy just by glancing at the time.
If, like me, you’re an early adopter, you may wish to pop this on your watch, especially if, like me, you missed out on the special edition Fallout 4 with the included Pip-Boy. Continue reading “Apple ‘Pip-Boy’ Watch”
You want to use Composer but you’re not quite sure what you’re doing?
Apple have tightened up their security with the release of OSX El Capitan.
I am not hugely familiar with Composer and other command line interfaces. In order to learn I wanted to get Composer installed globally to make life a little easier.
Previously it was possible to drop the file in the /usr/bin folder and away you went. I had used this method before and it went very smoothly. This is no longer the case with El Capitan. Continue reading “Installing Composer Globally in Mac OSX El Capitan”