Clean Swift

Functions Please remember how elegant the swifts above look for future references. Building Up Starting to build an argument with an analogy, probably is not the right way to go.

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iOS/macOS Developer Productivity Kit

We use some tools and also some do customizations on them to increase our productivity. Every tech stack has different needs, therefore, a different set of tools. iOS, macOS, watchOS,

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Lightning Read #2: Optional String Pitfalls

I was trying to build a URL the other day. Check the following code block: [crayon-5bcf07a949231676940805/] Seems legit, right? Assume that we’re passing 23940 as userId to this initializer. Depending on the Swift version,

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Reusability and Composition in Swift

The one concept Nietzsche, Thoreau and Hesse most probably tried to elude through their lives: Dependency. Even if one does not agree or embrace their philosophies, a programmer should —

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Generics in Swift 4

As one of the most powerful features in Swift, Generics can be tricky. A lot of people have trouble understanding and using them, especially application developers. Generics are most suitable

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Architecting iOS Apps with “Core”

In the last two years, I’ve had chances to experiment with architectures like MVC, MVVM and VIPER. What’s common among those is the V component, which represents the views in

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Migrating from Vapor 1 to Vapor 2

Vapor 2 is released 🚀🎉 This is a big breaking change, but a good one. We have a small server-side project which is developed with Vapor. When Vapor 2 released,

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Using SwiftLint and Danger for Swift Best Practices

Apple’s Swift is becoming more and more popular amongst the developer community. Most of us already started adapting our projects to this folk. While adopting, we may not be as

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