Getting Started with NSTouchBar for macOS using Storyboards

With the addition of the Touch Bar comes the ability to customize it for your own applications. From simply adding buttons to incorporating sliders or color pickers, programming the Touch Bar is a new, creative way to add shortcuts and other functionality into your Mac app.
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Three Ways I’ve Adopted the “Teach and Learn” Lifestyle

Here at Atomic Object, we have a passion to continue learning and sharing knowledge with fellow Atoms. Whether this means researching a new technology, attending a conference, or holding a brown bag discussion during lunch, we’re constantly seeking to explore new ideas and topics. This desire and drive to learn is described by one of Atomic’s six values: Teach and Learn. Read more on Three Ways I’ve Adopted the “Teach and Learn” Lifestyle…

Intro to Mocking with Moq

It’s easy to overlook the importance of unit testing. Writing tests can be tedious. They must be updated constantly as code is refactored, and when you have a large code base, you may have to write many tests to even come close to testing all cases. Despite this, unit testing is a necessary part of creating clean, working code. One way to make the testing process easier is through the use of mocks. Read more on Intro to Mocking with Moq…