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iOS Dev Weekly - Issue 512 - Jun 18th 2021

Comment I didn’t know quite how to feel as I watched Kieran Senior talk about reviewing code and dealing with pull requests inside Xcode this week. At first, I was nothing but impressed when I realised Xcode now integrates with both GitHub and BitBucket pull requests natively inside Xcode. I want to review code this way! The...

iOS Dev Weekly - Issue 511 - Jun 11th 2021

Comment I didn’t think I’d ever get to see anything I had worked on in a WWDC session presentation. That’s a privilege even if you work inside Apple. It’s pretty much unheard of if you don’t. And yet, this week, it happened. 🤯 It began when I started receiving messages and DMs from people saying, “Did you just see the...

iOS Dev Weekly - Issue 510 - Jun 4th 2021

Comment It’s almost WWDC time! 🚀😍🎉 Looking around Twitter and the web this week, I see two very different narratives from the community about this year’s conference. On the one hand, I see the usual excitement, anticipation, and hope for Xcode to be better at understanding Swift. On the other, I see more unrest and frustration...

iOS Dev Weekly - Issue 509 - May 28th 2021

Comment I still (just about! 👴) remember the first time I came across asynchronous programming. I assumed, incorrectly, that when I called into the concurrent code, execution would continue in my calling function after it had completed. Of course, I was as wrong then as I often am now! I feel like programming languages...

iOS Dev Weekly - Issue 508 - May 21st 2021

Comment A couple of weeks ago, I apologised for talking about the Swift Package Index too much. After the newsletter went out, someone replied via email saying: Keep talking about the Swift Package Index! I only visited it for the first time after this newsletter. It’s a great reminder that if you’re trying to promote...

iOS Dev Weekly - Issue 507 - May 14th 2021

Comment The last time I wrote about scam subscription apps, I finished by saying this: Communication about what Apple is doing and how they think about these problems would be a huge step in the right direction. So, when Apple published a press release this week titled “App Store stopped more than $1.5 billion in potentially...

iOS Dev Weekly - Issue 506 - May 7th 2021

Comment You may think I talk about the Swift Package Index too much in this newsletter, and you’re probably right. After all, it’s what I spend most of my time doing. You might be happy using CocoaPods or Carthage and don’t see any value in replacing something that still works well. I don’t blame you, but hold on before you...

iOS Dev Weekly - Issue 505 - Apr 30th 2021

Comment I lost about two hours yesterday to this tweet from Davide Di Stefano. Xcode 2 was the first version I used, but this video of Xcode 3 from Kevin Vinck took me on a delightful trip down memory lane, which ended in finding this YouTube channel and this video introducing Project Builder. Despite being such low resolution...

iOS Dev Weekly - Issue 504 - Apr 23rd 2021

Comment Something struck me as I watched the M1 chip appear in more hardware on Tuesday. It won’t be long until the whole Mac lineup has the same internals. The “low” end of the Apple silicon Mac lineup now looks complete. The smaller laptops, Mac mini, and smaller iMac all have the same chip inside them, the M1. Yes, some...

iOS Dev Weekly - Issue 503 - Apr 16th 2021

Comment I’m sure I’m not the only one who has a constant stream of ideas related to software I either work on now, or may work on in the future. The quality of my ideas varies wildly, and it’s often the worst ideas that shout loudest at me to drop everything and start working on them. 😅 You’ll never be perfect at knowing where...

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