Well, for quite a while accessing reminders stored on my Synology NAS from my Mac was broken. Syncing with my iOS devices was no problem but on my Mac I could not see the folders and reminder items. Looking around in the internet showed that it was apparently problem since macOS 10.15. It seems that the Reminders client on the Mac does not accept the LetsEncrypt certificate on the Synology NAS.
Good news: With macOS 13 (Ventura) the sync is back on the Mac. No problems anymore neither on my Intel Mac nor on my Apple Silicon Mac.
Did you ever want your app to open the last used document on startup? Well, that’s not too difficult on macOS. In your
NSDocumentController subclass you have the array of
recentDocumentURLs, and on startup you can try to open the first member if it exists.
But on iOS it’s a little bit more tricky. There is no such array as on macOS. So we have to mimic it by ourself.
This is a review of my post 2 years ago: UIDocumentBrowserViewController and External Storage
Have you already tried to create a macOS document based app with SwiftUI and the new
App protocol? Well, there are some problems to solve esp. if you want to use menus focused on the currently open document.
In the old app cycle with
AppDelegate / SceneDelegate you still had to use the storyboard to define the menu items and link them to your methods in your document class derived from
NSDocument. Enabling and disabling of the menu item according to the open documents was automatically managed by the frameworks.
That’s not the case in the new
App protocol of SwiftUI anymore. Instead, you can define your menus and menu items quite nicely in your
App struct conforming to the new
App protocol but there is no automatic link to the current document in focus.