Open-source software is so prolific that it's likely nothing written today doesn't include some in one form or another. Keeping track of the licenses and acknowledgements that need to be included when working with multiple dependencies can be tricky. CocoaPods does a great job of managing the dependencies themselves but
One of the headline features in macOS Sierra is Picture in Picture. Unfortunately Apple decided to restrict this to Safari and iTunes which means the majority of users will never get to use it. Digging into the Sierra GM PrivateFrameworks directory revealed a very helpfully named framework called PIP.framework.
TL;DR you're looking for MyClass.self When working with ConnectSDK, I came across something I hadn't before in Swift: the AnyClass type. ConnectSDK is an Objective-C based library so I'd imagine this is a rarity when working with native Swift code. Here's what it looks like: discoveryManager?.registerDeviceService(deviceClass: