Business@mattie explains his mindset when when it comes to bug reports and provides some great tips on how to handle them. medium.com
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Design@pabini discusses the importance of consistency in user interfaces and looks at the impact this can have on your users’ ability to use and interact with your apps. uxmatters.com
@mandrigin explains all. uxplanet.org
Swift@tkremenek posting some early details of the goals, release process and estimated schedule for Swift 3.1 which are worth reading if you’re interested in seeing what’s coming over the horizon. swift.org
@olebegemann provides a potential solution for this problem. oleb.net
Code@lukeparham has put together a tutorial to help get you started. raywenderlich.com
@KingOfBrian takes a deep dive on the subject and looks at the three different types of method dispatch used in Swift. Great article. raizlabs.com
@AndyyHope drawing on some of his functional programming knowledge to try and address this situation by applying a little syntactic sugar to this ugliness. medium.com
ToolsPart 1, Part 2, Part 3) covering a significant number of the shortcuts available in Xcode along with an animated GIF of what each of them does. medium.com
@_inside that lets you quickly create iOS, macOS and tvOS playgrounds direct from the menu bar short cutting much of that tedious creation cycle. Useful little tool. github.com
@omaralbeik makes use of this fact, providing over 365 native Swift 3 extensions to enhance your productivity and make coding a little more… what’s the word… swift? 🙄. github.com
Videos@mikeash looks at the basics of computer memory before moving on to look at how Swift stores things under the hood. It’s a great talk. realm.io