From now on you can debug your Arendelle code for real. Before this we had a system that enabled you to change the title in your screen, All by writing a string there as
"some string" and done! You had your title changed to
some string and you know that we also had this great rich string interpolation there where you could write something in
| ... | of the string like
"1 + 2 = | 1 + 2 |" and you got the title
1 + 2 = 3. Now we thought hey! Why don’t we collect all the title changes somewhere so you can use title changing as a kind of debugging console? So let’s look my favorite example of Arendelle Arrays by writing my Fibonacci sequence from 1 to 100:
( f , 1; 1 ) [ 98 , ( f[ @f? ] , @f[ @f? - 1 ] + @f[ @f? - 2 ] ) "Fibonacci at index: | @f? | is: | @f[ @f? - 1 ] |" ]
If you’re using Swifty there is the feature there as you can see in the image. And it will be there for Android and iOS too, Very soon!