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iOS Dev Weekly - Issue 463 - Jul 3rd 2020

Comment I wanted to write something about sponsoring open-source projects a couple of weeks ago when this post appeared, but WWDC dominates everything! But I didn't forget, and I'll talk about it now instead. The post, if you read it, is about PSPDFKit sponsoring part of the CocoaPods project. I had no idea that some of...

iOS Dev Weekly - Issue 462 - Jun 26th 2020

Comment The question of Apple not caring enough about the Mac and macOS has been a frequent topic of conversation for years now, ever since the iPhone started dominating the company’s financials. They’ve been consistent with their message about how important the Mac is for a long time though. Back as far as 2010, they ran...

iOS Dev Weekly - Issue 461 - Jun 19th 2020

Comment The Thursday evening before WWDC is usually a hectic one for me. I'm generally trying to get this newsletter finished while throwing clothes into a suitcase so that I can board a 12-hour flight to California on Friday. I'm writing this on the Thursday evening before WWDC in 2020, and I've no concrete plans for tomorrow....

iOS Dev Weekly - Issue 460 - Jun 12th 2020

Comment Don't you love the feeling of launching a new project? I know I do, and it makes me so happy to say that today is one of those days! Say hello to the Swift Package Index. 🚀 You may remember back to August last year when I launched a Swift Package Manager search engine. Since then, I've talked with several people...

iOS Dev Weekly - Issue 459 - Jun 5th 2020

Comment It’d be easy for me to write today’s iOS Dev Weekly as a completely normal issue. I try to keep this newsletter focused on what you signed up for, a round-up of this week’s iOS development links. But I can’t ignore what’s happening around the world right now. The impact of systemic racism on people of colour in our...

iOS Dev Weekly - Issue 458 - May 29th 2020

Comment I've been reflecting on SwiftUI this week now that it's been public for almost a year. 🎂 I've also been thinking about what might be on the cards in three weeks time, at this year's WWDC. 🎉 So, what's the big, flashy announcement going to be this time? 🤩 I do have a wish list, but I'll be more than happy with just...

iOS Dev Weekly - Issue 457 - May 22nd 2020

Comment Last week's "one question" Swift Package Manager survey wasn't on the same scale as the full community survey, but it was a nice update on how people feel about the SPM. As promised, here are the raw results. Thanks for taking the time to fill in the survey! There were also a couple of optional, free text questions,...

iOS Dev Weekly - Issue 456 - May 15th 2020

Comment The least surprising announcement at this year's WWDC will be¹ that Xcode 12 will include Swift 5.3. 🤯 So to warm-up for next month's flood of news, why not read Tibor Bödecs' guide to what’s new in Swift 5.3? It's an excellent summary. In my opinion, the most exciting part of 5.3 is that the Swift Package Manager...

iOS Dev Weekly - Issue 455 - May 8th 2020

Comment Unless you've been living under a rock this week, you'll know that Apple released a few more details of this year's WWDC. We still don't know specifics, but the press release does mention that "lab schedules" will be shared in June, which is interesting. I'm sticking to my view of don't hold your breath for anything...

iOS Dev Weekly - Issue 454 - May 1st 2020

Comment I didn’t comment on the iOS 14 leaks of the last few weeks. If you’ve been reading for a while, you’ll know rumours aren’t my thing. However, as I was reading Bryce Pauken’s piece on the private API that allows non-numeric notification badges this week, one of those rumours did strike me. Specifically, the possibility...

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