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Last year, when Swift Package Manager added support for Xcode and iOS projects was announced, I was overjoyed. A short time later, I realized that package resources weren’t supported and many of my hope and dreams for using it were immediately dashed.

With the release of SwiftUI, some people have asked if UIKit is going to be dead. It’s far from dead. In iOS 15, Apple’s engineers continues to pour new features into UIKit. One of the highlights is UISheetPresentationController. This new class lets you easily create a expandable bottom sheet with just a few lines of code. If you have no ideas about what a bottom sheet is, open the built-in Maps app to take a look. It displays a bottom sheet for users to perform search and access their saved locations. The sheet is resizable. You can drag the bottom […]

Access requests is a new modern technique to implement the principle of least privilege for accessing cloud-native infrastructure. In this blog post, we’ll cover how to get started with access requests using Teleport

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Writing large-scale Vue applications can be a challenge. In this article, Shawn Wildermuth dives into the pros and cons of approaches like factories, shared objects, and using Vuex. He also explains what is coming in Vuex 5.0 that might change how we all use shared state in Vue 3.