Another week with a fresh list of interesting news from Swift world. Swift community finally switches to a forum, the old mailing list was archived and closed. This, and much more, is waiting for you.
After Apple’s acquisition of buddybuild, some of us are trying to find an alternative available on the market. Should we use cloud-based or self-hosted solution? The choice may be hard. Alex Curylo has already chosen.
When we want to test code which uses Apple built-in class, we don’t have a lot of possibilities. But with some dependency injection magic from Raymond Law, we can do it.
A simple but powerful solution for namespacing in Swift.
Adequate architecture is always an important decision, it has to fit the project. Since Apple MVC is not real MVC, a lot of iOS projects decide to use MVVM. But how is it different from a clean MVC? Łukasz Mróz tries to answer this question.
You’ve been using them in every app, but do you know how they look like under the hood?
List of very useful and practical Swift methods for handling collections. Every beginner should know how they work and use them.
Some says Swift is POP (Protocol Oriented Programming). However, functions in Swift are doing well! Let’s see what we can do with them.
Developers from iA Writer share their experience with social activity, like blogging and tweeting, and talk about impact it has on App Store ratings and sales. It’s not always as straightforward as it looks like.
Perfect combination of
CollectionView in a simple but beautifull library.
Shashikant Jagtap prepared new Fastlane plugin for handling most important thing in Continuous Delivery and Continuous Deployment flow. Wrapper around
altool can easily upload your IPA file to iTunes Connect.
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