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Handling routes from an API in a type-safe way with Swift

I’m working on an application that has to handle some kind of routing directions coming from an API in the following form: { “title”: “Tap to go to your profile!”, “destination”: “profile” } These items would show in a form … Sigue leyendo

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Becoming a Better iOS Developer Through Tooling: My AltConf 2017 talk

The fine folks at Realm have now uploaded the remaining videos from AltConf 2017 — including the presentation that I gave there. You can watch it a Realm Academy, here. Presenting in the US for the first time was a … Sigue leyendo

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Apple starts rejecting apps with “hot code push” features

This thread from Apple’s Developer Forums is making some waves on the internets today. Apparently, they’re now rejecting apps that include code that can modify your app after it’s released to the store. Rollout.io seems to be the SDK that’s … Sigue leyendo

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Bringing piping syntax from Elixir to Swift

I’ve been writing Elixir for my main backend needs for the past few months and I’ve really liked it — specially its syntax. In fact, I’ve gotten so into its syntax that I’ve often found myself trying to write Swift … Sigue leyendo

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Elixir's syntax is awesome: Railway development in Elixir using the with statement

I’ve been loving Elixir so far. What I like the most is its syntax. So much that lately I’ve been finding myself trying to use Elixir’s syntax while coding Swift. This post is definitely a good read. It shows a … Sigue leyendo

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#selector

One of my favourite changes in Swift 2.2 is that Objective-C selectors now are first class citizens in the Swift ecosystem. So long to error-prone selector names as Strings. Swift 2.2 lets you use the #selector expression to reference a … Sigue leyendo

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How I deal with JSON in Swift

Edit: I’ve updated this post to Swift 3’s syntax. The original post with Swift 2.X syntax can be found here. It seems that the new hot thing these days is open sourcing your Swift JSON parsing library. Lyft, Big Nerd … Sigue leyendo

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Swift blog: Keeping up with the Swift mailing lists

It can be a pain. Specially if you’re subscribed to all of them. Thankfully, there’s an app for that. 🙄 Hirundo is a dedicated RSS reader for the Swift mailing lists. Read comfortably, keep up with discussions, bookmark conversations. Just … Sigue leyendo

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Swift blog: Watching the language evolve, pt. 2

Of course, if you want to be absolutely on top of everything that’s going on with Swift (now open source), head over to the Swift.org’s Mailing List section and subscribe to the projects that are of your interest.

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Swift blog: Watching the language evolve

Now that Swift is open source, we have a lot of visibility inside the project. That includes new features and discussions that can help us be prepared for new features or important changes on the language itself. If you go … Sigue leyendo

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