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iOS Dev Weekly - Issue 594 - Jan 27th 2023

Comment If you use SwiftUI and only have time to read one link in this week’s issue, make it this one. It’s rare to find such a comprehensive set of blog posts and associated libraries. Don’t miss it. Happy Friday, and enjoy this week’s links! Dave Verwer Sponsored Link Mobile testing made...

iOS Dev Weekly - Issue 593 - Jan 20th 2023

Comment There’s a bit of everything in this week’s issue! From server-side Swift, through SwiftUI, into Metal, to watchOS, right through into a short but sweet post on icon design and shipping apps. That’s a wider variety than I can remember in a long time. 😳 Dave Verwer Sponsored Link Join...

iOS Dev Weekly - Issue 592 - Jan 13th 2023

Comment I always try to make what I write in this “comment” section interesting enough to be worth your time without being controversial. I made a mistake last week, and what I intended to be a positive spin on what is happening in our community, unfortunately, made many people angry. There were two problems. My description...

iOS Dev Weekly - Issue 591 - Jan 6th 2023

Comment Happy new year! 🎊🎉 I hope you all managed to take some time off over the last couple of weeks and are back with vigour for the year ahead. I know many of you are sad about the recent drastic acceleration in the decline of Twitter that has seen our community scattered across the internet. Some people are trying other...

iOS Dev Weekly - Issue 590 - Dec 30th 2022

Comment As the year draws to a close, it’s always nice to look back over everyone’s favourite section of iOS Dev Weekly, the “And finally…” link. No comment to trudge through, no sponsor, just something to make you smile and as my thank you for continuing to read this newsletter! So let’s wave goodbye to 2022 with one final...

iOS Dev Weekly - Issue 589 - Dec 16th 2022

Comment As we head into the festive season, I find myself looking back on 2022. The world still feels like it’s heading in the wrong direction in so many ways, but as day-to-day life starts to more closely resemble pre-pandemic times, it has been a much more pleasant year than the last couple. In the world of Swift and...

iOS Dev Weekly - Issue 588 - Dec 9th 2022

Comment Let me say before I dive into this topic again. ChatGPT is already a remarkable piece of software, and I’ve lost count of how many times I’ve been amazed at screenshots from it in the last few days. That said, again, I have a really uneasy feeling that I can’t shake. The possibilities for this software are mind-blowing....

iOS Dev Weekly - Issue 587 - Dec 2nd 2022

Comment This week saw Apple announce the 2022 App Store Awards winners. Congratulations to everyone on that list! I hope your blue cubes are as beautiful as they look in the photos. 🟦 If your goal is to join the Apple Design Award or App Store Award winners, this is a great time to look at what Apple values in an app and...

iOS Dev Weekly - Issue 586 - Nov 25th 2022

Comment Having a visible evolution process for the Swift language is great, but it can be easy to get tied up in the weeds of specific proposals and lose the broader picture, so it was great to see John McCall’s post about the Swift project’s plans for 2023. You should read the whole post, but I was delighted to see a section...

iOS Dev Weekly - Issue 585 - Nov 18th 2022

Comment Like Marco Eidinger, I was also reminded of the Swift Snippets feature in Swift Package Manager as I read the post on VS Code that I linked to last week. He has a good write-up of what it does but concludes that the outlook for the feature is pessimistic due to low adoption rates within Apple-authored packages....

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