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May 21 2020
Swift 5.3, Visual Studio Code and Paul Hegarty is Back
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Developing Apps for iOS
iOS course is back, now with SwiftUI and MVVM.
What's new in Swift 5.3?
Swift 5.3 is going to be an exciting new release. This post is a showcase of the latest Swift programming language features.
Swift Development with Visual Studio Code
VSCode is a cross-platform text and source code editor from Microsoft, and among the first tools to support Language Server Protocol.
Automated Profiling Runs in Instruments
Learn how to automate measurement runs with Instruments.
Expressible literals in Swift explained by 3 useful examples
Expressible literals can extend your Swift types and make it possible to initialize them by using a String, array, integer or other types directly.
Redux-like state container in SwiftUI
This week we will talk about building a state container similar to Redux and The Elm Architecture that provides a single source of truth for your app.
Libraries & Tools
Core Location support in the Composable Architecture
We are releasing a mini-library that makes it easy to use Core Location inside the Composable Architecture.
10 Reasons to Use Haskell
Haskell is a blend of cutting edge research and well-tested, time-proven technology.
P.S. We are hiring!
SwiftUI, Sendable & iOS 15
Testing Retain Cycles & Preparing for Presentations
How to Make Your Code Reviewer Fall in Love with You
Solving Crashes & Testing
AsyncSequence & Race condition vs. Data Race
Combine, SwiftUI and Sleeping
Dynamic Type Sizes, Subjects & A Single Link
Custom Environment Values, AWS for Swift & Minimun iOS Version to Support
Button Configuration, Render Test & Custom Dump
Leap Seconds & Multiple Alerts