Business@stevepyoung has 7 strategies that you can use to improve your apps visibility. appmasters.co
@apike discusses setting the ground rules with clients to ensure you get paid on time. allenpike.com
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The Ramp Down to RealYou have an idea for your app but making the transition from abstract to concreted and deciding which features you do and don’t include can be a tricky task. In this article, @rjs provides some tips for making the transition. signalvnoise.com
Code@stablekernel explains. stablekernel.com
@thomvis has nice introductory article to get you started. thomasvisser.me
@naturaln0va makes use of these features to implement a AI-driven tic-tac-toe game. Great tutorial but you’d best check out this film first though. Just in case. ? raywenderlich.com
ToolsJohn Holdsworth has taken things into his own hands, wrapping his Refactorator plugin as a standalone Mac App to provide enhanced renaming capabilities for your Xcode projects. johnholdsworth.com
@sketchapp is one of my favourite tools for mocking up new app designs. This week, I stumbled across User Flows, a Sketch extension from @abynim that allows you to generate flows through the different screens of your app. Looks useful. github.io
Sebastian Boldt that provides custom view controller transitions in just a few lines of code and allows you to build your own alert-views or slide-in views with ease. github.com
@maccosmo is a Swift 3 framework that allows you to embed a tiny console display at the bottom of your app and provides a number of gestures that you can use with the live app to add custom log messages. github.com