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Jan 30 2020
BugSnatch, Futures and Promises, Interface Targets and How to Distribute your Code
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Snatch Bugs with This Lightweight Bug-Reporting iOS Library
Bugsnatch is a bug-reporting iOS library that helps QA engineers exterminate even the most persistent bugs.
Asynchronous Programming with Futures and Promises in Swift with Combine Framework
Learn asynchronous programming in Swift 5 with Combine futures and promises.
Reducing iOS Build Times by using Interface Targets
While dividing an app into several targets can improve the build time of an iOS app, the result heavily depends on what is being changed.
iOS App Security: Best Practices - QuickBird Studios Blog
In this article, we focus on iOS App Security and show you concrete techniques on how to improve security in your iOS apps.
Distribute Your Swift Package With Swift Package Manager, CocoaPods, and Carthage
Make your framework accessible to others.
Unique values in Swift: Removing duplicates from an array
Removing duplicates from a collection to get unique values can be achieved in two ways. One is more performant than the other, so let's dive in!
Swift’s closure capturing mechanics
Let’s take a look at the various ways that Swift closures can capture the objects and values that they depend on.
On the road to Swift 6
The Swift project has achieved a critical milestone of maturity of the core fundamentals, providing stability for users to invest in using Swift in earnest.