The Scout wiki has been updated and now offers a command-line and Swift package versions. The Swift package version is built using docC and Xcode 13 (beta).
Learn how to build a form using SwiftUI, and then how to export the user's inputs as JSON. A last optional part explains how to validate the inputs and how to warn the user.
This version is a global refactor of the library. New features are offered like setting/adding group values and
Codable types or CSV import.
The tutorial to implement a Privileged Helper has received a security update. A new part explains how to validate the application identity.
Learn more about the new features of Scout 3.0.0. Data conversion formats, paths listing, YAML support and more. Also, the new wiki is now available on this website.
In this second tutorial of the series you will learn how to develop an interface to let the user choose a script to execute and execute it.
Bugle is a command-line tool to post and listen to distributed notifications to execute scripts.
This library has been developed at Amaris as an open-source project. It aims to offer extensions and mapping features on Core Data entities to provide easy to use data models and fetching functions.
A solution to hide a singleton behind a property wrapper for easier use and dependency injection.
This tutorial is the first one of a series to learn how to use SwiftUI in Swift scripts. Some basis of SwiftUI are explained, as well as how to display an interface like with an application in a Swift script.
An overview of
NSNotification usage then a discussion about making
NSNotification "Swiftier" by implementing extensions and a
NotificationObserver wrapper (final Playground file provided).
Whenever your work with numbers, you might want to define special ones that act a bit differently from others,
while keeping their value. For example, it could be useful to define a
last integers to be used in a range
to target the first and last valid indexes of an array.
In this tutorial, learn how to implement a privileged helper on macOS from scratch. The goal is to make the application Scriptex able to execute scripts with root privileges.
This new version brings several new features like array slicing, dictionary keys filtering, arrays and dictionaries folding, auto-completion. Also, a Linux distribution is now prodived.
This new version fixes several minor bugs and brings the compatibility with Linux.