Swift Developments is a weekly curated newsletter containing a hand picked selection of the latest links, videos, tools and tutorials for people interested in designing and developing their own iOS, macOS, watchOS and tvOS apps using Swift.
Business Unsure If You Should Be Using Push Notifications In Your App? I’ve Cracked It. Struggling to decide whether to include push notifications in your app? @tapadoo has a good litmus test to keep in mind. 😂 medium.com How to Get Bugs Fixed by Apple In a follow-up to an article from @nibroc that I linked to back in Issue 175, @macgreg has a new article with some useful … [Read more...]
Business Information Needed Navigating the vagaries of the App Store review process can be a daunting process. We've got the formal guidelines as published by Apple in their App Store Review Guidelines but we also have the fact that those rules are policed and enforced by humans. @apike shares some of his experience of this minefield and provides a number of tips specifically … [Read more...]
Swift What's New in Swift 5 With Swift 5 now officially released into the wild, you might be looking to get up the learning curve with all the new features. The good news is that this week, has seen a range of new resources being published around the community including this article from @KaramazovShogun which provides a great overview. On top of this, if you're one of those … [Read more...]
Welcome to Issue 176! I've had a great week this week with a couple of days in London at iOSCon 2019 meeting some wonderful people from around the Swift and iOS development community which include a number of Swift Developments readers which was awesome! As someone who doesn't get out to conferences that much it was great to feel part of such a warm, inclusive and diverse … [Read more...]
Welcome to Swift Developments Issue 175! A busy week for Apple this week and also not long to go until iOSCon 2019 which is later this week! Over the last couple of weeks our partners at @skillsmatter have released the full conference schedule which for me was both good and bad news. Good in that there are some great speakers lined up. Bad in that there are just too many talks … [Read more...]