If you’re a Mac and/or iOS developer, there’s a good chance that you’re reading a lot about Swift right now. Xcode’s new Playground feature encourages you to try things out and familiarize yourself with the new syntax and APIs.
Oftentimes, I just want to try something out in a clean Playground real quick, but switching to Xcode, creating a new Playground and (most importantly) then deciding how to name it and where to save it is just no fun for me.
That’s why I wrote a LaunchBar Action that just creates a new Playground and opens it right away. You can optionally enter a name for the Playground, but you don’t have to (a timestamped name is used by default).
It’s written in Swift, so a current Xcode version is required.
The action can be downloaded here:https://github.com/marcomasser/LaunchBarActions