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Jun 18 2020
WWDC 2020, XCFrameworks and The Benefits of using throwing functions
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Join us for the first global, all-online WWDC20. Coming June 22.
What we learned about XCFrameworks while migrating PSPDFKit to this new format.
WWDC 2020: 7 Tips to prepare yourself
WWDC 2020 is around the corner and will bring us new features, APIs, and Xcode 12. Prepare yourself and get the most out of it with the following 7 tips.
Benefits of using throwing functions (try)
I've always found throwing functions to be a very underrated feature in the Swift community.
How to build SwiftUI apps using VIPER?
In this tutorial I'll show you how to combine SwiftUI with the VIPER architecture in a real world iOS application example.
What Adding Dependencies Will Do To Your App in 2020
With Xcode 11’s support for Swift Package Manager and the coming changes in Swift 5.3, there’s a lot of discussion on what dependency manager to use.
Libraries & Tools
⏰ A few schedulers that make working with Combine more testable and more versatile.
Software Transitioning to MacOS on ARM
With all the recent rumors flying around about the Mac transitioning to ARM processors, I've seen some assertions about what this means for software going forward.
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