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Week 394

Happy Thursday! I wrote last week that Xcode 13 Beta 3 was released, and indeed it was. And then, two days later, it was re-released. According to @XcodeReleases it seems it’s mostly the same, but the re-release fixes something related to Xcode Could (for those who were lucky to get access to the beta 🥺). Marius Constantinescu Tips from Twitter Hacking...

Week 393

Happy Thursday! We finally got the Beta 3 of Xcode 13 that everyone was expecting last week or even the week before. And I also found this 12 hour course from Apple for learning the basics of Xcode, SwiftUI and UIKit, which, as far as I can tell, is new, even though I haven’t seen it advertised as new by Apple. But then again, I haven’t seen it advertised...

Week 392

Happy Thursday! I’ve read Chris Eidhof’s article (featured below) on how they got rid of most of their dependencies and that resonated with me. I’m not a fan of reinventing the wheel. But I’ve discovered about myself that in the recent years, I’m much more reluctant to include 3rd party dependencies in my projects than I was 5-6 years ago. It could...

Week 391

Happy Thursday! Let’s go straight to the links this week 😄 Marius Constantinescu Articles Getting Started with async/await in SwiftUI, by @peterfriese Structured Concurrency in Swift: Using async let, by @AndyIbanezK Backport SwiftUI safe area insets to iOS 13 and 14, by @zntfdr Mastering search in SwiftUI, by @mecid Highlights of SwiftUI...

Week 390

Happy Thursday! We’re getting now in the calmer period of the summer, a lot more quiet than the WWDC period in the beginning of the month. If you’d like a recap on WWDC, Paul Hudson wrote one: WWDC21: Wrap up and recommended talks. I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: in the next period, you’ll see a lot of content about the newly announced...

Week 389

Happy Thursday! WWDC is over and there’s so much stuff that was announced! The good thing is that we have all summer for to catch up with that. And I’m looking forward to curating articles from our community to get you up to speed with the latest tech. While we’re on the WWDC subject, it could be useful to fill in the WWDC21 Developer Survey. There’s...

Week 388

Happy Thursday! We’re in the WWDC week, and there’s so much excitement and so much information everywhere that it can easily be overwhelming. I’ll just start by saying that even though some people are already experimenting with the new technology, if you didn’t have the chance, that’s totally ok. 99% of the iOS developers out there haven’t either (me...

Week 387

Happy Thursday! Last edition before WWDC 2021 😊. As opposed to the last two years, I’m not going to send out the special WWDC edition hours after the keynote and Platforms State of the Union have ended. I did enjoy doing that the last two years but the timezones really don’t work in my favor and I would rather focus more on making sure the info I send...

Week 386

Happy Thursday! It’s that time of the year where everybody makes WWDC wishlists. I’ve already seen a lot of those, so I’m not actually going to link to any of them (sorry 😅). Instead of wishes, let’s talk about what we really know about this WWDC, and Apple helped by publishing more details: the keynote is at 10 a.m PDT (7PM CEST), followed 4 hours...

Week 385

Happy Thursday! I just want to highlight Apple’s recent work in the accessibitliy field. The Assistive Touch on Apple Watch looks amazing. And if they announced this one 3 weeks before WWDC, just imagine what they’ll show then 🤩 Articles Testing In-App Purchases Locally, by @michaelabadiii Automatic Keyboard Avoidance for UIKit, by @Lee_Kah_Seng...

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