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.
News Apple's Banning Spree So unless you've been sleeping all week, you'll have no doubt have heard about the uproar around Apple disabling the enterprise distribution certificates of both Facebook and Google. Whilst it looks like Apple is working with Facebook and Google to get things resolved it's good to see that Apple are applying the rules equally to both … [Read more...]
News Xcode 10.2 Beta Now, I don't normally include details about Xcode beta releases in Swift Developments but this week I thought I'd make an exception - the reason? This week we've got the first version beta version of Xcode bundled with Swift 5.0! You can find all the details about the Xcode portion of the release here and the Swift portion here. If you're … [Read more...]
Business Soft Launching Your App - What It Is And Why You Should Do It After months of hard work your app is finally ready. At this point, it's extremely tempting to go for that big-bang world-wide launch but as the team at @gummicube point out, a soft-launch may be a better strategy. gummicube.com Get Your iOS App Features on the App Store with These 11 Tips As you … [Read more...]
Design The Trouble with Manager Objects This article from @sandofsky really made me think this week and if I'm honest, I'm probably guilty of this more often than I should be. Like alot of things in software development things aren't exactly cut and dried but Ben's got some great advice here that's definitely worth taking on board. sandofsky.com Swift Swift … [Read more...]
Happy New Year! And here we are - 2019. I've really enjoyed the time off over the Christmas and New Year period as it's given me some time to read, work on a couple of side projects that I've been neglecting, spend time with the family and generally relax. However it's time to get back to work and bring you the best that the Swift and iOS development community … [Read more...]