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› Apple shutting down legacy TestFlight next month following iTunes Connect integration

This is impmortant news for all iOS developers. I knew this would happen some day. I just didn’t expect it to happen this soon.

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› How Duolingo Onboards New Users

Enjoy this piece, please. Two things here: I myself am a Duolingo user, and can testify on how good their onboarding experience is. www.useronboard.com has now become one of my favorite sites on the Internet.

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› Book: iOS 8 Day by Day

Great resource for anyone interested in getting to know the new developer-facing features that Apple introduced with iOS 8.

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› Functional View Controllers – Wrapping View Controllers in a Functional Way

Chris Eidhof: When working with UIKit, view controllers are the opposite of isolated: they are connected to everything. The view controller often pulls network or database data, populates and interacts with views, and finally, it pushes other view controllers onto … Sigue leyendo

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› Why We Banished the Hamburger Menu From Our iPhone App

This neat article from the team at Redbooth describes how they came to a conclusion that has been catching up with the community lately: slide-out menus are not functional. Sure, they were once very popular thanks to high-profile players such … Sigue leyendo

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› Real World Swift

Excellent article by the engineering team at Duolingo telling their story on how they built their latest app completely in Swift. Particularly interesting as they list a couple of technical notes about what they like and don’t like about the … Sigue leyendo

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