Each week we are closer to Swift 4.1 but the community is not only waiting for the new version but is have working on new stuff. This week you can read about server-side Swift, design in Sketch, Swift internals, operators and much more. Everyone will find something interesting 😎.
A good summary of what is an ABI, why it is important and why implementation makes so many difficulties.
Should we use custom operators? Which one? For which type of operations? Almost every developer is asking those questions. John Sundell made a summary explaining pros and cons of different approaches.
Beginner guide for everyone who wants to play with Swift compiler internals. If you want to get Swift even better you should know how it works.
Tired of multiline condition closure with
if case? Erica is here to help and remind us about pattern matching with Swift’s enumerations.
How to start with TDD and avoid a headache when working on two code pieces at the same time while preserving that tight feedback loop? Check the article and don’t skip the video. 🤓
A great bedtime story about adventures of a man who wanted to learn what’s under the hood of the Swift compiler. A little bit less from the technical perspective, but still inspiring to try for yourself.
List of awesome libraries, frameworks, news, resources, tutorials and much more. It is like Google but for Swift only 😍.
Let’s compare few examples of designs prepared in Sketch and their equivalents, rendered on iOS. Spot the differences, solve them and draw conclusions.
Making your own, perfect server-side framework by the creator of the Point-Free. Replace your runtime errors with compile-time errors and fix them before goes to production.
Easly integrate camera from
Framework from Google to handle futures and promises. Supports Objective-C and Swift and is faster than competitors.
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