In this tutorial, you’ll use SwiftUI to implement the navigation of a master-detail app. You’ll learn how to implement a navigation stack, a navigation bar button, a context menu and a modal sheet.
Prevent man-in-the-middle attacks in your app whether you use Apple’s APIs or Alamofire
In this MVVM with Combine Tutorial, you’ll learn how to get started using the Combine framework along with SwiftUI to build an app using the MVVM pattern
In this post I’ll show you a way I’ve used KeyPaths in Swift to drastically improve how I architected a settings screen. This post will…
Shell scripts are essentials on the server side. Learn how to build Swift scripts for your backend apps using property wrappers.
Clean up state or print out debug information just before leaving the scope by defining the defer statement can improve development a lot.
Clear up any ambiguity and get typed errors too
Swift 4 is almost upon us, and I thought I would explore one of its features that I haven’t had the opportunity to that much: KeyPaths. There’s a lot of interesting nuance in here that I previously didn’t realize existed which I’d love to share.
Using Apple's recommended unified logging system using OSLog can be done in just a few steps. Learn how to use it in combination with the Console app.
Learn how to create your own Combine publisher in Swift
Once you know the boilerplate, it’s not hard to build a custom publisher in Combine.
Combine vs RxSwift: in this article we introduce Combine, the new Apple framework, and spot its main differences with RxSwift.
Welcome to another programming tutorial in the Swift programming language! Today we we are going to talk about a topic that usually everybody knows something more or less, but it’s important for new developers in Swift to really understand what is all about and how it works. It’s quite often for the subject of our discussion not to receive the proper attention, so it’s either misused or not used at all. It’s a topic that the more someone advances in Swift, the more necessary it becomes in order to write better and clearer code. And that topic is about Access […]
Over a weekend recently I built a tiny Mac app (more on that later). What I was trying to achieve required executing AppleScript, like so many things on macOS. It seemed simple enough, but of course new app sandboxing restrictions...
Bypass the mistakes I made and jump straight into the code.