It’s going to be a hard race.
Growrilla is thus going to be supported on iPad devices and iCloud to sync across all your Apple devices.
Within this view, you can see all the logs of a specific day for Growrilla - the app to literally count anything.
Home view progress and updates for Growrilla, the app to count literally anything.
So when somebody asks how many times you’ve done something consecutively, you show them on Growrilla.
Compared to the other fields I have developed in the Swift community stands far out.
Growrilla will let you count literally anything you want.
The iPhone 12 product line is great, but due to factors like COVID19, the benefits don’t seem that useful. So I decided to not buy an iPhone 12.
Soon a macOS version will be available to the public.
At the beginning of 2020, I promised myself that I will release two new mobile applications. The first one has already been released as Kowa. The second one is hereby
Initial thoughts for the #AppleEvent - May step over to Apple Watch Series 6 from 4 - iPad upgrades are nice but still happy with my iPad Pro 2018 (120Hz)
Why Kowa is build.
One week ago, I released a new iOS application called Think Drop.
As a biased user of my own app, there were a lot of flaws in the esports Calendar iOS app.
The process of building a side project: OnCircleCI — A simple CI client.
Last week, I released the esports calendar application in the app store. A calendar showing upcoming esports matches from various videogames. These videogames were League of Legends, Dota 2 and Overwatch.
It has been some time, I wrote a post on Medium. A lot has happened since then. I graduated, went on a little holiday and found a full-time software engineering job.Meanwhile, I also worked on a little hobby project called the esports calendar.
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