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accepted The perfect crossfade
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comment Properties under ARC: Always or public-only?
Hi Alex, I think you're better off answering more recent questions here on SE. I don't agree much with the time consuming argument. I don't write code that saves me time in writing, I like to write code that saves my future self or someone else time to understand it. That said, the -1 vote wasn't mine. Would be nice for that person to clarify the vote.
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awarded  Popular Question
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comment Arguments for and against backwards compatibility for new iOS projects
I posted this here because it didn't fit on stackoverflow, but I do think the question is legit. Any suggestions what to change, to have this question become not-off-topic?
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asked Arguments for and against backwards compatibility for new iOS projects
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revised Properties under ARC: Always or public-only?
added quote from ironwolf
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accepted Properties under ARC: Always or public-only?
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comment Properties under ARC: Always or public-only?
Hi @Caleb, thanks for taking the time and writing a solid post. I hadn't thought of the KVO aspect. I'm indeed very curious as to where Apple is taking all this. ARC as is feels as one in a series of steps. I'll wait to see if someone else cares to weigh in on the subject, otherwise consider the question check marked.
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revised Properties under ARC: Always or public-only?
different title
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revised Properties under ARC: Always or public-only?
different citation.
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asked Properties under ARC: Always or public-only?
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comment Is there a semi-scientific term for this filtering behavior?
Exactly what I was looking for, thanks!
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accepted Is there a semi-scientific term for this filtering behavior?
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comment Is there a semi-scientific term for this filtering behavior?
Thanks for your detailed answer, your UX-Matters link contains the name 'faceted search', but @scarfridge names that as the answer, so I'm going for his answer. Thanks!