Hard times are coming for native macOS apps developers as the wave of cheaper UIKit apps will rush to the mac AppStore in '19
@atsarkov This was exactly what I was thinking when they announced the crossover framework
I still didn't install High Sierra because of all the issues people are reporting regarding it's shorter battery life, worse performance, or even system freezing or unable to log in after update. Does anyone know if this was also improved in Mojave? Or maybe it was improved already?
@labm0nkey I don't think that's still an issue (using MacBook Pro 2015)
@labm0nkey I've been on High Sierra for many month and my MacBook Air early 2015 is as smooth as ever. Battery still great. Mind you, I use it for more than 10 hours a day.
None is talking about the most interesting thing here: step1 of bringing iOS apps to Mac. Or better making it really easy to adapt iOS app for Mac. Yes, not part of Mojave but it's coming. Will be interesting to see how they ported News, Stocks, ... from iOS.
Great job!! 😊 Very happy that dark mode is available. I’m eagerly waiting it to arrive in Windows ,which is an distant dream
It feels like I've been waiting my whole life for this moment. Dark mode will be one of those features that I turn on and never even consider turning off. I really hope this encourages app developers to invest resources into developing a dark mode, Slack, AirTable, and Station are a few at the top of my wish list.
Looking forward to hearing people mispronounce the name of this one.
@mrdanielschwarz Nope. I believe its either MOW-HA-VEH or MOW-HA-VEE.
Looks great! I can't wait to see it closer
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Why the hell there's no way to keep the dark dock only without having all apps in dark? Not updating for the first time...