New article from Majid Jabrayilov about how you can use Combine framework to receive system-wide notifications in the view layer of SwiftUI.
This post has been around for a while, but I thought it was worth sharing it with you. Sometimes it's quite interesting to see what's happening on the other side of mobile apps development.
As you know, Swift is a pretty young and modern language. But despite these facts, it gives a lot of possibilities to define functions and types, which can allow you to create a lightweight and understandable API's.
Tim Condon, server-side Swift developer, writer and conference organizer, joins John to talk about all things networking. From organizing and abstracting networking code on the client-side, to using Swift on the server, and how to combine the two in order to write Swift end-to-end.
BottomPopup provides a popup-like presentation style to any view controller.
UICollectionViewCell with checkbox which replicates Photos.app selection mode.
UIColor extension with Apple System Colors from HIG.
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