Weekend good reads for Apple developers #2023/38

iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Pro are arriving to first customers. Hopefully, you've got the model you wanted and now you have some time to go through interesting reads.

And this is it for today. Have some fun over the weekend (especially if you got your new iPhone) and get back next Friday for another pack of great reads!

Weekend good reads for Apple developers #2023/30

July is almost over, we've got second beta for visionOS and here comes the weekend. Let's spend it reading some interesting topics for developers.

And that is a wrap, come back in August for more.

New documentation portal for WebKit is available

WebKit team announces new documentation resource for developers.

New resource provides information on WebKit internals, its subsystems, security aspects and many more.

New portal provides following features:

  • Built-in search helps you quickly locate articles.
  • Documentation can be read offline and online.
  • Documents are authored in Markdown, allowing members to easily contribute. 
  • Theming matches your system appearance (Light/Dark mode).
  • Documentation is hosted on GitHub, allowing developers to submit PRs to make edits and review changes.

WebKit: Documentation

WebKit Blog: Introducing WebKit Documentation

Weekend good reads for Apple developers #2023/10

It's rainy here in California (which is unusual...) and our weekend is perfect to spend some time reading technical articles. Let's go.

And one more thing. Apple Treats podcast is back with new episode. Our guest is Natalia Panferova whose articles you've already read.


Weekend good reads for Apple developers #2023/9

Spring is coming, and we're continuing our tradition of weekend reads. Let's see what we've got for this week.

And that is it for today. Have some rest and get back next week.

The Swift Programming Language book is now published in DocC format

Swift team announces that The Swift Programming Language is now published using Swift-DocC documentation compiler.

This is a significant milestone for the DocC documentation tool.

This is a major step for the book. It was first open-sourced in August 2022 and since then, we’ve merged over 50 pull requests as we converted to DocC. We also made enhancements to DocC based on what we learned working on the book, like adding control over automatic see-also sections and new on-page navigation. Other DocC content that guides developers through a linear narrative, like the documentation for large or complex packages, can also take advantage of these enhancements.

Swift team

DocC project is open-source and open for contribution.

GitHub: Swift-DocC

Swift Docs: The Swift Programming Language

Reference: “The Swift Programming Language” book now published with DocC

Weekend good reads for Apple developers, issue #56

It's Christmas weekend, and to give you time to celebrate, we've made slightly smaller list of articles. But those are really good.

And that is it for today. Merry Christmas and happy holidays!

Weekend good reads for Apple developers, issue #43

While we're in the midst between iOS and iPadOS releases, we have couple of things to read during the release.

And that is it. Have some rest, probably play with new shiny Apple Watch Ultra and come over next weekend for new articles.