This week is filled to the brim with things to read, some to peek at, each and one of them highly worth checking out. Enjoy bits about architecture, security and open source, latest conferences releases, iOS UI/UX stuff, and more!
Guide for everyone who wants to start with open source and create his first project, for free, with code available publicly for everyone to look at. Great tips by John Sundell who already has several open source projects on GitHub.
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iOS Privacy from Felix Krause. This time he found a way for phishing user’s Apple ID password.
In-depth tutorial about implementing MVVM architecture in an actual iOS application. The author faced same problems you would face and yet comes away unscathed. It should clear some of your doubts about this recently glorified architecture.
Xcode’s project structure from the ground. Cocoapods and Carthage can be a block box to some. If you want to know how those tools resolve dependencies, then read it. Pedro Piñera made a great work.
They’re everywhere, if any app you’re using happens not to support them, most probably you’ll be disappointed. Take a second to ask yourself how do you handle them? If the answer is nothing to be proud of, it’s time to change it with Ilya.
Nothing to add, check it out yourself. 🚀
A new architecture for big and complex iOS apps. Looks interesting, but Configurator as a singleton worries me.
It’s nice to know I’m not the only one struggling with a WiFi network connection. If we become loud enough, they should hear us in Cupertino. 📢
A lot of companies are “doing Agile” instead of “being Agile”. The difference is not that easy to see, but John Cutler explains it nicely (with images 😎).
A great story teaching us how important is teamwork and communication. If there is one thing you should take from it, note that even masterpiece-like code will loose against maintainability if not documented and tested extensively.
Functional Swift presentations are here. 💃 Check out another perspective of looking at Swift. ☣️ Warning! Highly addictive and inspiring materials.
I think we all know this well, new architecture supported by a ton of tweets and rapidly growing amount of blog posts. And yet you seem to miss the opportunities it proposes, because it’s not easy to see its purpose in an iOS application. You’re not alone, someone finally said it out loud!
If you find someone new on this list, you’re probably missing out a lot.
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