A New Project

For the past several months, I’ve been following along with Paul Hudson‘s quite excellent series of tutorials. The focus of this series is to develop a portfolio application, demonstrating knowledge of iOS and SwiftUI, as well as good development practices (testing, architecture, etc.). At first, there were a couple of videos per week, but itContinue reading “A New Project”

Release!

Stumpy is ready for use, for anyone who wants to use it. If you’re working on an application that sends email and you’d like to test that feature, you may find this useful. In other news, searching for “pop3 client library” leads me to believe that every developer for macOS thinks that Apple Mail isContinue reading “Release!”

Stumpy Progress

With a bit of persistence and lots of print statements, I’ve debugged my port of the core dumbster features over to Swift. Stumpy now works as a native replacement for dumbster. It turned out there was a capitalization mismatch (my code was looking for ‘Message-ID’ while Mail was writing ‘Message-Id’) and a counting error (headersContinue reading “Stumpy Progress”

Stumpy: History and Problem Statement

When we were first writing the software for LinkedIn, Jean-Luc put together a python script that would act like a dummy MTA and mail store. The point was that the application was going to be sending out emails of various kinds, notably invitations to connect, and we needed to be able to write tests thatContinue reading “Stumpy: History and Problem Statement”