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Hi, I’m Stuart Breckenridge. (As featured in iOS Dev Weekly, SwiftLee, 9to5Mac, and elsewhere…)

I studied Marketing and Business Law at the University of Strathclyde. Professionally, I work in project management, but on the side, I develop apps for iOS, iPadOS, and watchOS. I enjoy running and cycling (if you want 10% off at Rapha, here's a link).

I share my passion for developing apps and using products in Apple’s ecosystem on this website. This generally means the occasional sharing of code, articles on my current thinking on working within the App Store, and hot takes on trending Apple-related technology news.

Recent Posts

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The M2 MacBook Air Runs Hot

There is a significant difference in the running temperatures of a MacBook Air and a MacBook Pro.

The M2 MacBook Air Runs Hot
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Twitter Officially Removes Third-Party Clients

Twitter changes its API rules and removes third-party clients for good.

Twitter Officially Removes Third-Party Clients
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2023 Fitness Goals

On carrying a fitness spurt from last year into this year.

2023 Fitness Goals
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Bye, Twitter.

Centralised social networks are ephemeral.

Bye, Twitter.
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Moving from Cove to Ghost Comments

JSON, mysql, and some data manipulation.

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Question (Answered!): Can you create a Widget Bundle that targets specific platforms?

Updated 2022-08-31: Thanks to Jefferson for this hint. You don't create a WidgetBundle that targets multiple platforms; you create separate widget extensions targeting each platform. This limitation of WidgetKit is driving me nuts: it simply doesn't seem possible to create a WidgetBundle that contains widgets that target specific platforms. The

Question (Answered!): Can you create a Widget Bundle that targets specific platforms?