Swift@KaramazovShogun which provides a great overview. On top of this, if you’re one of those people who like to live on the bleeding edge, then you can always look a head to the future with this article from @twostraws‘s in which he runs down some of the new features on the roadmap for Swift 5.1! Swift 5 is so yesterday’s news! 😉 raywenderlich.com
@MatManferdini covering both the basics of Swift’s Codable protocol as well as more advanced topics such as how to flatten nested objects using keyed decoding containers. matteomanferdini.com
Code@jordanmorgan10 does battle with Apples iCloud infrastructure in an attempt to address some issues with the Photo’s Framework and iCloud assets that have gone AWOL. swiftjectivec.com
URLRequest. With it’s wide range of options constructing these requests isn’t always the simplest of tasks though. In this article, @JuanpeCatalan shows you how to simplify things by using the ever popular builder pattern to separate the construction of your URLRequests from your network clients and illustrates how, through the use of a fluent interface approach, you can easily chain different configuration options together. medium.com
@madebyon helps you brush up with your UIKit skills with a tutorial showing you how to build a card-swiping interface similar to Tinder. exploringswift.com
@timothymiko. URLSession combined with Swift’s Codable protocol has made fetching and serializing / deserializing JSON data (which honestly makes up *most* of the networking requests we make) significantly easier than it used to be so next time you find yourself reaching for that third-party networking library take a moment to stop and think about whether you really need one. tim.engineering
Tools@zoejessica digs into the current world of Xcode extensions and how to write them. The bottom line is that extension access is still severely limited but there are still some useful things you can build to enhance your coding experience. In fact one such example is AccessControlKitty by Zoë herself, which is an Xcode extension that makes it super easy to change the access control level of code selection in the editor! nshipster.com
If your looking to automate your Xcode build numbers without polluting your commit history, @parrots has published an updated version of his Xcode build number script that has you covered. Think this might be getting added to all my Xcode projects in future.