Welcome to my library of iOS development resources. I started this project to bookmark interesting articles and useful links and than I decided to share this work to help others to keep an ordered, quick to consult and searchable list of programming resources. Comments and new resources are welcome!
Mar, 18 2018
Something that tends to be particularly tricky when it comes to finding a good balance between convenience & maintainability, is when setting up relationships between the view layer and the model layer. This week, let's take a look at a few different ways that we can decouple our UI code from our model code, and some of the benefits of doing so.
Mar, 18 2018
We all have learned data structures and implemented in C/C++.In this story, I am going to illustrate some of the basic Data Structures using Generics in swift. Let’s start with stack. NOTE: This…
Mar, 16 2018
Everyone has worked with UserDefaults in order to store some simple data and knows that working with that storage is easy as it can be. But today I’m going to improve the interaction with it a bit…
Mar, 11 2018
Okay, so today’s post is about delegation and how we can make it better with Swift. Without further ado, let’s introduce a standard example of Cocoa-style delegation in Swift: Note how delegate is…
Mar, 04 2018
Although Set is one of those core data structures that you see in almost every programming language - it sometimes get a bit overlooked as our default choice for storing collections of non-keyed objects tend to be to use an Array.This week, let's take a look at a few different examples of when using a set can lead to more predictable performance & simpler code, as well as how to use some of Swift's Set type's lesser known - yet very powerful - features.