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Jan 28 2016
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A Swift framework for zipping and unzipping files. Simple and quick to use. Built on top of minizip.
A Laravel/Lumen Inspired Web Framework for Swift that works on iOS, OS X, and Ubuntu.
Simply highlight items for your tutorial walkthrough, written in Swift.
How to make Storyboards safer using enums, protocol extensions and generics. Great blog post!
Caesar Wirth writes about problems he came across while using protocol extensions, and how protocol extension methods can be unintuitive sometimes.
Benjamin Encz (author of Swift Flow) and Aleksander Rendtslev (author of ReduxKit) join forces under a new name - ReSwift. A Redux-like implementation of the unidirectional data flow architecture in Swift
Savvy Apps' development team outlined some of the Swift tips they've learned throughout their experience using Swift.
At #Pragma 2015, Marin runs through the history of the App Store, and considers different ideas to succeed in the business: do what you love, team up or get hired, and consider changing platforms.
Fuse is the UX tool suite for app designers and developers. Create and update the look and feel for native apps in real time on multiple devices simultaneously.
Proposal for naming functions with argument labels from Doug Gregor got accepted. It'll be available in Swift 2.2.
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