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Apr 11 2019
Hashable, Umbrella Frameworks, String literals and How to Test your RxSwift Code
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LeetCode - Swift
LeetCode Online Judge
is a website containing many
. Most of them are real interview questions of
Google, Facebook, LinkedIn, Apple
iOS: Umbrella Framework with CocoaPods
Distribute an iOS private vendored umbrella framework with CocoaPods.
Hashable with a Hasher struct
Swift 4.2 improved the Hashable protocol to make it faster, simpler, and more secure, all at the same time.
String literals in Swift
Let's take a look at the many different ways that they can be used and how we are able to customize the way literals are interpreted, which lets us do some really interesting things.
Rewrite History With Git Rebase
Thanks to reflog, interactive rebasing doesn’t have to be scary and dangerous. You can be the boss of your own history and merge clean branches into your repository.
The Customisation High Road: Dragging Items
An article about implementing drag and drop in native macOS.
Testing Your RxSwift Code
In this tutorial, you’ll learn the key to testing RxSwift code. Specifically, you’ll learn how to create unit tests for your Observable streams.
Libraries & Tools
Extensions giving Swift's Codable API type inference super powers 🦸♂️🦹♀️
The Best Swift and iOS conferences in 2019
The iOS community is lucky enough to have a great number of conferences held around the world every year, so no matter where you live there should be something only a short distance away.