Tips and tricks
Who would have thought? 😱
AutoMate and his buddies
…all received necessary update to flawlessly work with Swift 3.1 and Xcode 8.3. 👯
It sounds so accessible! Maybe it’s time to try yourself in Swift project with Linux support?
If you decided to write something for Linux or simply add support to existing project this post on Swift Package Manager basics has your back.
Extensible article about improving testability of codebase. Yet another fan of dependency injection but still interesting presents more than the only correct path.
Maybe you are one of the protocol’s default implementation’s fans. Don’t let it stop You from reading this excellent Natasha’s article. Great way to presist default values with all the compiler checks for protocol conformation.
I’ve missed a short article about Swift Dispatch API.
Not obvious flaws of Sequence’s
enumerated() function. But read once may save a lot of painful debugging.
First PR to ParallaxView. Thank You for support! 🍾 We will do our best to check it ASAP.
Don’t mistake it with system library. Flux worked out for Facebook’s client-side web applications. This Flux-like Swift framework may actually work for a large application. Worth trying, maybe it will hold water and won’t end as another hype-driven development framework.
If you find yourself command line expert as much as I do, these comfy manpages may suite as well.
Yes, Nate makes all those
Unsafe*Pointer monsters a little bit less scary. Must watch for anyone who needs to face C API, i.e. Security Framework. 👻
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