It’s been a relatively quiet week this week. Maybe it’s the lull before the storm of WWDC. Only three weeks to go now though! I’m looking forward to seeing what Apple have in store for us!
Business@panic this week. Although many would have panicked (sorry – couldn’t resist 😊), they have refused to deal with the blackmailer and have been open and honest about the whole situation. It’s a great example of how to keep your head in a crisis. I truely hope everything works out for them. 👏 panic.com
Design@101babich provides some more UX wisdom by sharing 7 UX design tips for creating great mobile user experiences. adobe.com
@Appseecom have some advice. prototypr.io
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Architecture@radiantav looking at MVC-C and how coordinators can be used to simplify your app architecture. It’s an interesting read. aplus.rs
Swift@zmcartor digs into the inner workings of the Swift language and how type initialisation with literals works by taking a look at the
ExpressibleBy__family of protocols.martiancraft.com
@twostraws provide sa nice roundup of what’s on the way with some useful examples. hackingwithswift.com
@olebegemann has published a Swift playground for you to experiment with. github.com
Code@timmitra shows you how. raywenderlich.com
@JordanMorgan10 takes a tour of the UIKit framework, looking at some of the more obvious and more obscure functions that hide away in the corners of this powerful framework. medium.com
@onmyway133 goes beyond the typical syntactic sugar around
NSLayoutConstraintto provide a powerful declarative and extensible code-based Auto Layout framework for iOS and Mac. github.com
@SwiftLDN talk, @aleludovici demystifies functional programming and in doing so provides a nice introduction to the topic if you’re just getting started. skillsmatter.com