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Cocoa Delights #1
Weekly development newsletter for iOS specialists, macOS developers, and Swift enthusiasts from our mobile team.

Hey guys! Dmitry's here.

Usually, during morning coffee we discuss a lot of news and articles with our mobile team. Yesterday we thought why not to share what we've found with our community on Medium and Twitter.

So starting today, you get interesting articles, videos, and new libraries every week.

Libraries & Repositories

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About SwiftUI

Community-driven collection of SwiftUI tutorials, books, and videos.

Combine Data Sources

Table and collection view data sources for Combine.

Retro Rampage

A quite interesting approach on recreating classic first-person shooter games in Swift. Tutorial series, guns, and monsters are included too.


HackMan is a simple tool for generating boilerplate code directly via the command line.

Open-source Reddit client

Cross-platform (iOS, macOS, and watchOS) attempt to create Reddit client with SwiftUI. The project is still in active development.


Photo by Anders Nord on Unsplash

NSHipster: mac​OS Accessibility Keyboard

Read here

SwiftRocks — NSReverseEngineering: Advanced LLDB tricks for Swift - Injecting and changing code on the fly

Read here

Don’t forget to follow our Medium blog and Twitter if you enjoyed this issue. See you next week 🙋‍♂️

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